Tiwa Savage’s former husband, Teebillz, has taken to social media to explain why Nigerians should forgive Naira Marley.
In the wake of the controversy surrounding the death of 27-year-old Mohbad, Naira Marley has been linked to the circumstances leading to his demise. The late singer was reportedly assaulted and harassed by his best friend, Sam Larry, and others.
Defending Naira Marley, Teebillz highlighted that Naira Marley was the one who believed in and invested in Mohbad’s talent when none of the Nigerians he referred to as “after-death advocates of love” did so while he was alive.
In a now-deleted Instagram post, Teebillz began by sharing a video of Zinoleesky singing and, by extension, urged Nigerians to refrain from canceling Naira Marley because he is signed under Marlians, emphasizing that he committed no crime.
He offered a prayer, asking Nigerians to forgive Naira Marley for his shortcomings and to grant him a second chance to fulfill his potential as a leader and influencer.
He wrote: “#Too young too talented to throw under the bus of cancel culture! One of the best writers of the new age! Guilty by association is not a deliberate crime to me… I pray people forgive Naira Marley for his shortcomings, and I hope God grants him a second chance to achieve his blessings as a bona fide leader and influencer! Just yesterday, when everyone and their mama was a glorified Marlian… Naira believed in and invested in Imole’s talent when none of the after-death advocates of love did…!!! May our creator bless us where we lack knowledge and wisdom!”
Explaining the reason for deleting his previous post, Teebillz wrote:
“Forgiveness, Accountability, and Karma make spirituality and religion so questionable and complex… I deleted my last post because my big bro @tolaodunsi enlightened me about the gravity of the ongoing investigation, and I respect the facts! I wish you disrespectful souls can share the same energy when you see me in person… please try!”
This statement underscores Teebillz’s understanding of the complexities surrounding forgiveness, accountability, and karma, especially in the context of ongoing investigations.
See his post below