After Mohbad’s death, I saw many clothes soaked in blood at your place

After Mohbad’s death, I saw many clothes soaked in blood at your place
  • In a viral video that raised eyebrows, Mohbad's aunt blew the lid off some eyebrow-raising discoveries she stumbled upon in the late singer's residence after he met his maker.
  • The elderly lady boldly stated that she a -soaked dress at the music star's home, said she confronted the artist's for an explanation, but there has been no response thus far.

Mohbad's maternal aunt has thrown a monkey wrench into the online sphere with her explosive allegations against the late singer's wife, Wunmi Aloba.

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Since the news of his passing, numerous individuals have been casting a suspicious eye towards the late singer's wife, accusing her of potentially being involved in his .

Adding her voice to the chorus, Mohbad's aunt, in a widely circulated video, raised concerns about the presence of blood-soaked at the time of the singer's death.

She recounted her visit to their house, where she was taken aback by the sight of blood-stained clothes.

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The elderly lady went on to passionately declare that if Omowunmi had any part to play in the singer's passing, she wouldn't evade consequences, firmly casting heavy curses upon her.

Wunmi do you want to tell me that Mohbad's dad is lying against you? When I got to your house after MohBad d!ed, I saw many clothes that were soaked in blod. I was so surprised, I had to ask my sister why is there so much blood on these clothes.

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“Nobody asked you anything. If you know about Mohbad's deah, you will never go scot-free. God will use the blood relationship between me and Mohbad to punish you. I have so many things I want to say but I am still holding on. You will not escape it”, Mohbad's maternal aunt said in her dialect, Yoruba.




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