Following the heartbreaking loss of Nigerian musician, Mohbad, music producer and singer, Olumide Ogunade, professionally known as ID Cabasa, has shared unprecedented insights into the Marlian Record label, owned by Naira Marley.
DAILY POST recalls that Mohbad died last week Tuesday under suspicious circumstances, with the social media space agog with the news of the singer’s death.
However, his former record label boss, Naira Marley and his associate, Sam Larry have been accused of having a hand in Mohbad’s death.
A series of documents and videos of the duo subjecting the late singer to relentless bullying for leaving the Marlians Record had surfaced on the internet.
Reacting to the controversies during an Instagram live session on Monday night, ID Cabasa decried the alleged mistreatment that Naira Marley subjects his signees to within the confines of his record label.
The music producer alleged that the car and house Zinoleesky, one of Naira Marley’s signees had procured in recent years were bought under the label’s name, rather than in Zinoleesky’s personal name.
“I started hearing a lot of things coming from that label, that even some of the things that were bought for Zinoleesky, the house, the cars were not bought in the boy’s name.
“That’s wickedness from the highest order.”
ID Cabasa has nurtured musical legends like 9ice and Olamide under his label.