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We wear the same size – Mohbad’s father defends wearing late son’s clothes

We wear the same size - Mohbad's father defends wearing late son's clothes 1

Joseph Aloba, the father of the late Nigerian singer, Mohbad, has responded to criticisms regarding his decision to wear his late son’s clothes.

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The man has been under fire from netizens for inheriting and donning his son’s designer wardrobe.

Aloba firmly affirmed that he chose to wear his late son’s clothes as a way of honoring his memory and expressing his love for the deceased.

He explained that he and Mohbad shared the same clothing size, making it even more meaningful for him to wear his son’s garments.

Addressing the critics, Aloba stated that anyone who disapproves of his action is free to voice their opinion, but his sole focus at the moment is seeking justice for his late son.

He emphasized the deep bond between them, asserting that as Mohbad’s father, he has the right to wear his son’s clothes.

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Netizens react:

@obaksolo: “May we never find ourselves in the Position of Inheriting our children’s properties 🙏.”

@kemkemadebayo: “And some people are actually supporting this man, God please just continue to have mercy.”

@adekunleadetoun.aa: “Maybe I am not correct but I think losing one’s child should not be a thing of joy talk more about wearing their clothes, those clothes should be dashed out or burnt because seeing those things should even look as if someone is reopening a healing wound.”

@mary.s.alegbeleye: “he has a younger brother sir … this is the spirit of entitlement.”

@sere_sere04: “In my entire adult life I have never seen a father as shameless as this.”

@yomiparis: “This man wants to inherit his son’s property …wow.”

@themanlikeicey: “Mohbad didn’t come from a good family sadly.”

@ladyque_1: “Are you sure this man is mohbad biological Father???”

@official_opizzy_x: “So make he burn his son cloth ?? Una too mumu… make he no dy use his son cloth as remembrance of his son.”

@officialsharonigho: “This man is actually fighting to get justice for his son. I have seen him on brekete waiting to get heard for weeks in abuja. Una no love the boy reach him parents neither do you know how close they were. Some of you bashing him have not spoken to your parents in months.”

@yogurtby_mcqueenellanutrition: “He wanted Moh’s lifestyle so bad…tufia…you reading this, this shall not be your portion in Jesus Mighty Name.”

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With around five years of experience writing for both traditional and new media, Somtochukwu Epum is a phenomenal writer in the educational and entertainment space. He has an exquisite taste in fashion, music and the good things of life, if he says so himself. He dreams of travelling the length and breadth of Nigeria and beyond. You can find him on instagram @watashi.wa.sommie.

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