Bella Shmurda seemingly throws shade at Naira Marley in New Tweet.
Naira Marley appears to have received a tweet from Bella Shmurda, a stage name for Nigerian musician Abiola Akinbiyi, telling him to report to the police.
The singer tweeted “Sha lo report ara eh!!!” on September 26, 2023, which is code for “Go and report yourself.” The CEO of Marlians Music, Naira Marley, was the target of rapid public speculation on his tweet.
Shmurda’s remark was published an hour after Marley stressed on his Instagram page that he was not responsible for the passing of his former signee Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba aka Mohbad. In his statement, he denied all charges against him and expressed outrage at the “onslaught on his character” that had occurred since Mohbad’s passing.
“In the last few days there has been a lot of onslaught on my personal reputation globally over the death of all my former signing,” Marley said in his statement. “All manner of stories have been moving against me in respect to his untimely death.”
I would like to make it very clear that I have never fought or attacked him for the avoidance of. Doubt and I have never given any friend or known associates any orders to attack bully or harass him. I have not only been in shock over the death of the deceased, whom I consider to be my brother. And a member of our music family, but over the various lies spread and threats against me.
Additionally, none of the artists on our label have ever fought or treated Mohbad badly.
Marley stated that he would be travelling back to Nigeria to help with the investigation into Mohbad’s passing and to. Work with the authorities in any manner he could.
Mohbad’s close buddy Shmurda, along with Sam Larry, had called for Marley to be arrested, therefore Shmurda was not happy. With his testimony and told him to go to the police.
The singer tweeted “Sha lo report ara eh!!!” on September 26, 2023, which is code for “Go and report yourself!!” The CEO of Marlians Music, Naira Marley, was the target of rapid public speculation on his tweet.