Cars, properties Naira Marley bought for Zinoleesky, purchased in record label’s name, ID Cabasa hears
“I started hearing…some of the things that they said that they bought for the other guy, the house, the cars, were not in that boy’s name. Omo, that is wickedness.”
Cars, properties and other assets Naira Marley bought for Zinoleesky were purchased in the former record label’s name, Olumide Ogunade, aka ID Cabasa, says he heard.
The music producer stated this in an Instagram video Monday evening.
“I started hearing other stuff coming from that label that even some of the things that they said that they bought for the other guy, the house, the cars, were not in that boy’s name. Omo, that is wickedness,” ID Cabasa stated.
The Marlian label did not immediately respond to Peoples Gazette’s request for comments on the allegation.
His comments were part of his lamentation and anger over the sudden and controversial death of Afrobeats artiste MohBad.
ID Cabasa believed that the authorities should go after Naira Marley, MohBad’s father and others suspected of having a hand in the musician’s death.
“Look at all the harassment videos, look at everything, look at the lies against him. I don’t want to mention names but I have a strong feeling that whatever is going on is deeper than what we are seeing,” ID Cabasa. “I urged the police to look beyond the day of death so that the real culprits can be brought to justice.”
The artiste added, “The justice I seek is not for the boy dying. It is more about the things that happened that killed the boy (Mohbad) before he eventually died,” referring to videos online showing MohBad being bullied and maltreated by Naira Marley, Sammy Larry and others.