Bella Shmurda Calls Naira Marley A ‘Parlor Dog’ Over Mohbad’s Assault
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The Marlian singer Mohbad yesterday shared very depressing footage of his wounded body, which he said was the result of an attack he had had at the hands of the Marlian team after he had requested different management, who also happened to be a Marlian family member.
The label’s owner, Naira Marley, responded to these accusations by holding a live Instagram session where he clarified what truly transpired with Mohbad. Naira asserts that Mohbad used an unidentified drug that is known to make him aggressive before arriving at the Marley home while very “high.”
In response to these concerns, Bella Shmurda entered the conversation and claimed that the record label had made the condition of singer Mohbad worse. He contends that a label should support an artist’s development rather than serve that function.
The vocalist also said that Mohbad was doing well even though he wasn’t signed to a record label.
“A label is suppose to be your family not your enemy… The world is watching, that boy was doing very fine without u damn!!!”
He wrote in a different tweet that the artist later removed:
“Nigga lost all the respect. Looking so unsettled. Label boss capping like capri-sun. Is it possible for him to be high each time his bullied and tries to speak up. Huh? Soro spoke werey parlor dog“
A student at Lagos State University named Bella Shmurda gained fame when Olamide picked up on his song Vision 2020. The artist currently exclusively has a relationship with Dangbana Republik, his own independent label.
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