Music executive, Tunji Balogun, also known as Tee Billz, has voiced his support for embattled rapper, Naira Marley, amid the outrage trailing the death of his former signee, Mohbad.
In a post that has since been deleted, Tee Billz expressed his belief that Naira Marley, being young and talented, should not be subjected to cancel culture.
He described Naira Marley as one of the best writers of the new age and emphasized that guilt by association should not be treated as an intentional crime
Tee Billz reflected on the changing sentiments towards Naira Marley due to Mohbad’s death, stressing that the Marlian boss supported and invested in the late singer when others did not.
He solicited for forgiveness on behalf of Naira Marley for any perceived shortcomings and expressed hope that God would grant him a second chance to realize his potential as a leader and influencer.
“Too young and too talented to throw under the bus of cancel culture! One of the best writers of the new age! Guilty by association is not a deliberate crime to me…
“I pray people forgive Naira Marley for his shortcomings and I hope God gives him a 2nd chance to attain his blessings as a bonified leader and influencer!
“Just yesterday when everyone and their mama was a glorified Marlian. Naira believed and invested in Imole’s talent when none of the after-death advocates of love did.
“May our creator bless us where we lack knowledge and wisdom,” he wrote.
KanyiDaily recalls that former presidential aide, Reno Omokri also expressed sympathy for Naira Marley in the wake of allegations linking him to Mohbad’s death.