Mohbad's Dad Claims Singer's Death Was Not Natural, Blames DNA, Netizens React: "Unfortunate Father"

Mohbad's Dad Claims Singer's Death Was Not Natural, Blames DNA, Netizens React: "Unfortunate Father"

  • Joseph Aloba, the father of the late Nigerian singer Mohbad, has said he believes his son did not die a natural death
  • According to him, the Peace crooner was concerned about the paternity of his son Liam before he passed away
  • He added that he was aware that his son was being bullied and the singer made a petition to the police two months before he died

Joseph Aloba, the father of the Nigerian singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, aka Mohbad, has continued to speak on the passing of his son.

Mohbad and his father in simple outfits
Mohbad's dad speaks on the passing of his son. Image credit: @mohbaddad, @iamohbad
Source: UGC

On Friday, May 24, he was a guest on Your View on TVC, where he complained about the state in which his child died. He noted that the paternity of Mohbad's child, Liam, was a bone of contention for him.

Besides, he said he heard the deceased's friend saying that the singer argued that the little boy was not his because he slept with his wife Wunmi only once.

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He added that Mohad had registered complaints with the Nigerian police when he was being bullied but nothing was done about it.

Watch the video below:

Netizens lambast Mohbad's dad

Several netizens have expressed displeasure at the rate Mohbad's dad keeps speaking about his son's death. See some of the comments below:

@cocothe1_:

"So a couple that are married, living together and have dated for year. You want us to believe that they "met" just once? Mtchew."

@atinuke_olaide:

"I have said this before that this man is an unfortunate father."

@thirdgimbason:

"Sir, we first want to know why you were in a hurry to bury your son? Now we can’t ever find out the cause of his death and you keep talking about DNA."

@expressitwithcards:

"God will help you get justice for your late son. Whoever has a problem with the fact that you are seeking justice will suffer same fate. Amen."

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@oyeladun99:

"Are we sure that this man does not have any type of memory issue? Tori koyemi mi o."

@teewaiabod1:

"I don't blame this man at all. Na una wey dey give am audience. Mohbad don die on earth and still dying in heaven."

@oluwadamilolaayomii:

"After you have scattered everything this man ehn."

Mohbad's son gets massive donation

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the late Nigerian singer, Mohbad’s son has continued to receive goodwill from the music star's many fans.

It has been gathered that over N15 million (GH¢219,980) has been raised so far for the late music star’s 5-months old son, Liam.

The news of the huge donation gotten for Mohbad’s son got many Nigerians advising the singer’s widow on how to spend it.

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