Nigerian singer, Dammy Krane has criticized show promoter, Paulo Okoye for his lack of action regarding the concerns raised by the late singer Mohbad before his unfortunate death.
While mourning the late artist, Paulo Okoye had revealed details of his last conversation with Mohbad, where the singer had expressed deep fears for his safety.
Mohbad had confided in Paulo, sharing that he felt threatened and anxious about his life. Tragically, Mohbad passed away before any assistance could be provided.
Reacting on his Twitter page, Dammy Krane described Paulo’s statement as coming too late, emphasizing that it was like “medicine after death.”
He questioned what actions were taken to address Mohbad’s fears and noted that Paulo had access to Naira Marley and Olamide but did not take any action against them.
Dammy Krane also cautioned against asking people how they are if one cannot offer help when they respond with “I’m not fine.”
“Medicine after Death. Mohbad complained to una, what did y’all do about it? And una get Naira Marley number including Olamide. Una been think say na drugs?
“Ps: Don’t ask people “How are you? I’d you can’t help when they respond”I’m not fine”, he tweeted.
Meanwhile, American rapper, Meek Mill has shared his appreciation for the overwhelming support Nigerians have demonstrated following Mohbad’s death.