In a recent interview, Joseph Aloba, the late Nigerian musician Mohbad’s father, explained why he constantly dresses like his late son.


Mohbad parent has come under fire from online users for keeping and donning all of his late son’s luxury clothing.


In response to all of the criticism, Mohbad’s father asserts that he always wears the clothes of his late son, emphasizing that as Mohbad was his son, he is entitled to do so.

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Mohbad dad utters that he is of the same size as his late son Mohbad and wearing his clothes after he passes away is a way to show how much he loves him.

He added that anyone who doesn’t like the way he wears his late son’s clothes is free to say whatever they like as his only focus right now is to get justice for his late son Mohbad.

In his words; “Mohbad is My Son and I can wear his Clothes, we both wear the same size of Clothes, Anybody that doesn’t like the fact that I am Wearing My Late son’s clothes is free to say whatever they like, my only Focus right now is To Get Justice for my Late Son.”

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See reactions below;

obaksolo: May we never find ourselves in the Position of Inheriting our children’s properties 🙏.

yomiparis: This man wants to inherit his son’s property …wow.

themanlikeicey: Mohbad didn’t come from a good family sadly.

ladyque_1: Are you sure this man is mohbad biological Father???

official_opizzy_x:  So make he burn his son cloth ?? Una too mumu… make he no dy use his son cloth as remembrance of his son..

officialsharonigho:  This man is actually fighting to get justice for his son. I have seen him on brekete waiting to get heard for weeks in abuja. Una no love the boy reach him parents neither do you know how close they were. Some of you bashing him have not spoken to your parents in months.

samuel.jemitalo:  At this point this man needs to do D.N.A. Some of my Gender go still come defend the mumu m@n.