Internet users are still unfollowing Naira Marley despite the rumors surrounding Mohbad’s passing

Since the sensational rumors of Mohbad’s death started to spread on social media, Naira Marley, known for his street songs and outspoken comments in the entertainment industry, has noticed a sharp decline in his number of social media followers.

Concerns over his apparent role in the tragic death of a fellow musician are the only reason for this sudden decline in his fan base.
Following Naira Marley dropped from 7.4 million to 7.3 million yesterday, a significant drop. At the moment, 7.2 million people follow it.

It appears that the trend of internet users unfollowing Naira Marley will continue.

One of the primary reasons for this losing his followers is the controversy surrounding Mohbad’s untimely death. Since the passing of the promising young artist, a cloud of suspicion and blame has hung over Naira Marley.

A viral video showing Mohbad being assaulted before his demise intensified the scrutiny on Naira Marley’s role in the tragic events.

The situation escalated when a petition to ban Naira Marley’s music label, Marlian, garnered over 50,000 signatures.

This petition, initiated in the wake of Mohbad’s death, has gained substantial traction. It underscores the level of public concern and dissatisfaction regarding the circumstances surrounding the incident.

Further fueling the controversy, Sam Larry, an aide and close friend to Naira Marley, deactivated his Instagram page after being exposed for his involvement in the assault on Mohbad.

The video that surfaced online depicted Mohbad shooting a music video with Zlatan while in a wheelchair. Sam Larry interrupted the shoot, brandishing a machete and other weapons.

In an attempt to rectify the problem, Naira Marley issued a formal statement outlining his intention to learn the truth regarding Mohbad’s passing. He referred to Mohbad as a brother and claimed that there was no ill will between them and the late artist.

This assertion is refuted by a recent news statement from Mohbad’s team, which reveals that Mohbad filed a lawsuit against Naira Marley’s record label, Marlian Music, to recover unpaid royalties.