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‘Take it back to your house’, Bella Shmurda declines Mohbad’s portrait gift

Famous Nigerian singer, Akinbiyi Abiola Ahmed fondly known by the stage name Bella Shmurda, has rejected a picture frame of him and his late friend…

Famous Nigerian singer, Akinbiyi Abiola Ahmed fondly known by the stage name Bella Shmurda, has rejected a picture frame of him and his late friend and music star, Oladimeji Aloba, popularly known as Mohbad.

In a trending video, the singer was presented with the frame during a music show, with music enthusiasts shouting in excitement.

But surprisingly, the ‘Cash App’ crooner announced he would not take the gift home.

According to Bella, the fan who brought the frame would also be the person to take it home because he cannot put such a picture in his house.

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He prayed for his late friend and promised to reward the artist.

“You that brought this picture will be the same person to take it back to your house because I can’t put this in my house, but I will give you money,” he said speaking in Yoruba.

Daily Trust recalls that Mohbad died on September 12, 2023, in a controversial manner at age 27, with many Nigerians calling for justice for his sudden demise.

This led to the arrest of his former boss, Azeez Fashola, aka Naira Marley and Samson Balogun aka Sam Larry. The duo who were allegedly arrested for bullying the late singer had been released. They had also denied having a hand in Mohbad’s death.

Subsequently, a nurse who attended to him and his childhood friend, Primeboy, were identified as primary suspects.

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