Controversial self-proclaimed investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, has made claims regarding the late singer Mohbad’s paternity and alleged infidelity within his marriage.
In her social media posts, Olunloyo revealed that Mohbad was reportedly involved in a dispute with Sam Larry over a DNA test. She further alleged that the singer’s wife had not been faithful to him.
She wrote, “The fight goes beyond music label separation 👶🏽🍼🎶. Mohbad was reportedly battling with Sam Larry for custody of this child after the DNA 🧬 test confirmed him as the father. If, in fact, Sam Larry ordered the beatings, then Nigerian police should invite him for questioning regarding the paternity issue. Mohbad loved Wunmi to the extent of believing ‘This baby is mine,’ but Wunmi was not faithful in the Marlian Harem. You cannot be married to one and sleep with three. Only one sperm WORKS, meaning technically, this boy DID NOT lose a father and therefore has no claim to the music estate or deserving of donations that his mom is cashing out on. Many Nigerian women have been involved in paternity FRAUD in the last 5 years.”
These claims by Kemi Olunloyo have stirred further controversy around the circumstances of Mohbad’s life and death, raising questions about the paternity of the child and the dynamics of his relationship with his wife.
Naijalegit had previously reported that Tiktoker Verydarkman identified the late singer MohBad’s wife, Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, as the prime suspect. This revelation followed his request for a DNA test on MohBad’s son to confirm the child’s paternity.
In a recent update, Verydarkman expressed his concern over a pattern he noticed in the responses to his statement and how reports about the incident focused solely on Naira Marley and Sam Larry as suspects.
He also mentioned how MohBad’s wife’s sister threatened him with a N300 million lawsuit for suggesting a DNA test for the late singer’s son.
VeryDarkMan concluded his investigation by highlighting eight posts published by MohBad’s wife within 24 hours following his death. He emphasized that all of her posts were about herself, which he described as ‘selfish.’
He stated, “They said Naira Marley paid me to divert attention to her. I understand why they said that, so that nobody talks about her. On the day of his death, all her posts were meant to shift suspicion away from her. She made six posts about their love and how MohBad did wonderful things for her. Then she made two posts deflecting attention away from her. As of now, that girl is my number one suspect, especially considering the statement MohBad made about ‘if you kill me, will you kill my family.'”