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Mohbad: “Nigerians are doing great, I love the fight for justice,” – American rapper Meek Mill

Mohbad: “Nigerians are doing great, I love the fight for justice,” – American rapper Meek Mill

Popular American rapper, Meek Mill, has responded to the controversy surrounding the death of 27-year-old Nigerian singer, Mohbad.

Recall that the “Peace” crooner tragically passed away under mysterious circumstances on Tuesday, September 12.

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His death has sparked an outcry on the internet, with many demanding justice and an autopsy to determine the true cause of his sudden demise.

Nigerians, both at home and abroad, have used their social media platforms to express overwhelming love and support for the deceased singer, who faced bullying from his former record label, Marlian Music.

The incident has gained widespread attention, attracting the interest of foreign celebrities, including Lil Durk and Kodak Black.

Meek Mill has also taken to Twitter to reveal that he has been following the incident on social media and is deeply impressed with the way Nigerians are advocating for justice for Mohbad.

He tweeted, “I watched his whole story on tik tok!!!! They riding for him in Nigeria I love that!.”

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Meek Mill has a record of speaking up for Nigeria-related issues. During the ENDSARS protest in 2020, he also lent his voice to the fight against police brutality.

“#ENDSARS I STAYED UP ALL NIGHT WATCHING CRAZY VIDEOS from #Nigeria IT LOOKS 100 worst than what americans go thru with the system! Support our people!” he tweeted on Oct 23.

Jude Ogbonna

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