Nigerian singer, Harrysong has reacted to the untimely death of 27-year-old singer, Mohbad, who was allegedly harassed and assaulted by his former record label before his demise.
In a post shared on his Instagram story, Harrysong revealed that he could have faced a similar fate to Mohbad with his former record label, highlighting the torment, attacks, and bullying he endured when he tried to move on and grow in his career.
The music star emphasized the importance of the grace of God and the support of a few loyal people who stood by him during challenging times.
He called for record labels to cease harming young talents in their pursuit of power and supremacy, advocating for a more nurturing and supportive environment in the music industry.
Harrysongs wrote, “If not for the grace of God, with the help of some very few good men, I would ve also died in the hands of my former label.
“The torment, attacks, abuses and operations back to back, just becus I ve served and wanted to move out and grow a little for myself. it was hell for me, the general public believed everything they said about me then, fans,supporters show promoters bullying me everywhere.
“Infact one of my friends said he will buy drinks, celebrate, if I die of hunger and depression, am alive today just for the few that stood for me and by me, cus they know the true story and refused to be influenced by lies just to kill an innocent man.
“Record labels should stop this do or die thingy, killing and destroying young talents just because they want to prove label power and supremacy, #justiceformohbad”
KanyiDaily recalls that rapper Cynthia Morgan, also known as Madrina, also shared her unsettling experience with her former record label, Northside Music, owned by Jude Okoye.