Mohbad: Seun Kuti slams Nigerians for idolising gangsters

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Seun Kuti, an afrobeats singer, has joined many Nigerians in mourning the death of Ilerioluwa Aloba, also known as Mohbad.

While many people, including celebrities, have resorted to social media to demand justice for the late singer, Seun Kuti has stated that he will not join Nigerians in blaming anyone.

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In a viral video, he chastised Nigerians for idolising the gangster lifestyle in the country in response to reports that he feared Sam Larry.

The singer, while speaking about Sam Larry, said: “I don’t know such people, you are the ones that elevate them, you follow them on Instagram. I don’t know Sam Larry. I have never been in the same circle as him, I have never shared anything with such people. I don’t know them. You made them demi-gods.”

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The musician added that he would not assist Nigerians in making someone a scapegoat, claiming they had done the same to him.

“I’m not going to scapegoat anyone with you.

“You did it to me; you can do it to anyone, and the same individuals are controlling the INTERNET POLICE FORCE.”

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