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Mohbad: Music industry very dark – OAP Nedu reveals secrets 

How the music industry is very dark - OAP Nedu speaks about Mohbad's death

Popular Nigerian On-Air Personality (OAP) Nedu said the music industry is very dark.

He was reacting to the death of Mohbad, a singer who died on Tuesday at 27.

According to Nedu, he has been in the entertainment industry as a radio presenter for over 13 years and has observed the rise and fall of Nigerian music artists. He insisted that the music industry is very dark and went ahead to speak on how everyone in the music industry wants to be famous.

ALSO READ: Mohbad: Biography, songs, controversies, net worth

He further explained that fame is temporary and that upcoming artists who get fame should properly utilize the opportunity.

He referred to Mohbad’s death and advised that in life, you should do something because you find fulfilment rather than because of people’s validation.

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See reactions below:

@Nadia: “since yesterday body just dey do me anyhow 🥺 dis thing pain me, Rip mohbad🥺.”

@Onyinsa Precious: “did he talk before now when mohbad was crying out?”

@Daprince2002: “Na why portable no gree for them.”

@That_Science_Boi: “That’s why dem no like seyi vibes because with no label his getting bigger than them , they call it incarnation.”

@yahayaabdulrashe87: “Most people might not like Nedu but there is sense in what he said. Think deeply.”

@Olamide: “That’s why portable Dey mad at everyone of them Aje.”

@mhiz black gold: “now everybody don like portable, before we dey call am mad man🥺.”

@helenemmanuel7 Helen: “have money and leave on the low, that’s is the sweetest life ever.”

@djsuprimo de rudeboy selektar: “joining a record label is a very big risky most of them belong where we don’t understand if u break any rules u die young or something else happens 😭.”

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