Petition to Ban Marlian Music Gains Momentum After Mohbad's Tragic Death

In the wake of Nigerian rapper Mohbad's tragic death, a petition to ban Marlian Music, the record label owned by Naira Marley, has garnered over 126,000 signatures. 

The petition alleges that Marlian Records is a drug syndicate disguised as a music record label and accuses Naira Marley, along with others, of being involved in drug-related activities.

Started by the Gistlover blog, the petition has gained significant attention and is currently trending on social media platforms. It highlights concerns about Mohbad's untimely demise and the alleged violations of his fundamental rights before his death, with Sam Larry and Naira Marley being mentioned as perpetrators.

The petition campaign includes visual evidence, such as pictures and videos, showing Naira Marley and his signees. It reflects the growing demand for accountability and investigations into the circumstances surrounding Mohbad's passing.

Link to the petition


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