In death, a young man, Mohbad, has proved that when there is pain, distrust and lack of love for the most admired individuals of this life are possible. 

Indeed, Nigerians are yet to heal from the painful death of the young rapper, whose star could only shine brighter in death. 

Days have gone by, yet his memory appears fresh in the minds of many. Nigerians are indeed pained.

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For the first time in months, nothing else matter to Nigerians as they pull their voices together to cry for justice for the deceased.

Right now, Nigerians are not just focusing their energies in demanding justice alone. They have gone all out to attack those they claim are showing ‘fake love’ to the singer in his demise.

Fake Love

Nigerian singer, Rema has gotten his own share of the internet bulling.

He was attacked by social media users following his tribute to the late singer.

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Mohbad died in a controversial manner on Tuesday, September 12, 2023, and was buried in the Ikorodu, area of Lagos State.

Taking to his Instagram, Rema, on Sunday, shared a picture of the late 27-year-old with a message expressing his pain in not seeing the latter’s message.

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The Message

“No one deserves to go like this. I’m hurt I never saw your DM. You wrote “Peace of mind” was your favourite song. Now it’s too late to write you back. God’s angels be with you, Rest well King,” Rema wrote.

Reacting, neitziens expressed disappointment, whilst calling the artists out for ignoring the messages of the late singer when he was alive but resulted to sending pretentious tributes to him after his death.

One thing we ask is this: If it was Dangote that sent a message, requesting your service, would you say you did not see it?

How Nigerians reacted

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