Late Nigerian artist, Mohbad was alleged to have predicted his death in an unreleased song, leaving fans and the music community deeply saddened and shocked.
KanyiDaily recalls that Mohbad died under controversial circumstances on September 12, and was buried the following day in Ikorodu, Lagos State, in accordance with Islamic customs.
However, an unreleased song featuring Mohbad has recently come to light, and its lyrics have sent chills down the spines of many fans amid the controversy trailing his sudden death.
In this song, Mohbad appears to have made references that suggest he has foreseen his own fate, leaving admirers both mourning his loss and pondering the significance of his words.
The lyrics in question revolve around Mohbad’s contemplation of the future, specifically regarding how people will perceive him once he has departed.
“Love me while I’m still here, cause heaven is our residence,
“Jah is my confidence, every man is a walking dead”
When I’m there no more, people will love me more.”
Talk about the things I’ve done, discuss my right and wrongs “
“When I’m laying dead on the floor, when I can’t talk no more”
“If I go live forever, Shebi Oluwa,” he sang.
Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, a series of old videos recently surfaced on social media showing the moment Sam Larry was harassing Mohbad on multiple occasions before his death, sparking a flurry of reactions.