The wife of late Nigerian singer, Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, popularly known as MohBad, has revealed while mourning the passing on of the artist, disclosed that he struggled till death.
The partner, identified as Wunmi, also said that the singer was never “happy for a whole day”.
The 24-year-old lady took to her Instagram page @c33why to share a picture of the baby she had with the singer.
Wunmi also claimed the late artiste was called a junkie so the public could have another perception of him.
She said the former Marlian record signee always lived with fears, adding that his worry doubled after the birth of their now five-month-old baby, Liam.
“This Nigga struggled till death, too many pains, threatening (sic). He had always lived with fears, continuous fights everywhere he goes too, he has never been happy for a whole day… he was called a junkie, a mad person, mental issue so the public would have another view about him… he’s dead at least you all won, take your trophy.
“Ya’ll made a widow at 24 years Olorun idajo re daaa (sic),” she wrote in a series of posts on her Insta story.
“Nothing makes him happy no more, even after seeing his baby he became more worried, he’s now a family man he doesn’t want anything to happen to us…
“I was supposed to collect my baby’s passport yesterday so we could process our travelling, he always says to me… Wunmi pls go for my baby’s sake, I wouldn’t want these people to harm you and him it will break me… You just go, let me face them myself. Ilerioluwa rest in peace… You really need that peace,” she added.
Lagospostng.com reports that the singer died on Tuesday at the age of 27.
Mohbad’s management also released an official statement confirming his passing away.
”It is with great sadness that we confirm the passing of Promise Oladimeji Aloba PK/A Mohbad (Imole) today, the 12th of September, 2023.
“Mohbad was light until the very end, and as we mourn the loss of the brightness he carried, the family thanks you for your love and prayers, and asks that you continue to respect their privacy during this difficult time.
“Imole is finally at Peace,” the short statement was posted on both his official Instagram and X (formerly known as Twitter) handles.