In a recent video, the experienced Nigerian music producer ID Cabasa openly called for the arrest of the late Nigerian singer Mohbad’s father.
ID Cabasa asserts that Mohbad’s father should face legal consequences for burying his son the day after his death, without seeking to determine the cause of his demise.
ID Cabasa’s recent statement has caused a stir on social media, as he alleged that Zinoleesky’s car and house were purchased under Naira Marley’s name, rather than Zinoleesky’s own.
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ID Cabasa elaborated on the situation, expressing that Sam Larry and his associate should be held accountable for their mistreatment of Mohbad before his passing. He also maintained that Mohbad’s father, who hurriedly buried his child without proper evidence, should be considered a suspect and face potential arrest.
Watch the video below;
See reactions below;
shoplush_byyob: If Bella was around he wouldn’t have allowed his father to bury him ! 😢 even the mum is too gentle !
sanyabizzle: I support his father being arrested! Let me blow your minds, try to trace the father’s account and you will see that NairaMarley credited the father same day he died. Also check the father’s call logs and messages, he is talking to NairaMarley or his management from time to time.
officialyetundebakare: He obviously can’t wait to get his hands on his son’s property 😢 it’s so painful that Bella wasn’t in the country… I can’t bet he would have rushed him to the hospital instead and wait for a doctor’s assessment before anything!
cyrilekiyefilm: I support calling his father for questioning but I feel he may not know or have a hard his death like most of you are accusing him, people might as well persuade him to bury him without delay, we shouldn’t judge the father, he might just be ignorant like any other person, let the police do der job Biko.
bxy_olubunfak: That man is one of those that killed the boy. At this point sef, I believe he knew about the plan to kill Imole that day. He is a suspect and should be treated as such, because he knows more than he is telling us. Failure of a father