Mohbad warned me never to eat or drink at Naira Marley’s house – Mother [Video]

Mrs Promise Oladimeji Aloba, the mother of late singer, Mohbad, has revealed that her son cautioned her against eating at Naira Marley’s house before he passed on.

The woman said whenever she visits Marley’s house, Mohbad would express concern for her safety, warning her not to eat the food and or drink the wine offered.

His mother said the artiste would flush the wine down the WC and she also revealed that she refused to stay at hotels that were booked for her and chose to stay wherever her son stayed

She said; “Whenever I go to Naira’s house and I am given food, I won’t eat. Food is not why I went there and I fast most times in the morning. My son would tell me not to eat it because he doesnt not want me to die. He flushes the wine given to him too. He said he was signed for three years.

“I was once asked to be taken to a hotel to pass the night but I refused and said I will sleep wherever my son sleep. The last time he called me, he was doing his EP; they beat him up. I begged him to let me talk but he refused; I knelt down and begged but he refused.”

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CorrectNG reported earlier that Mrs Promise said her late son promised to give her N5m for her business on the day he died.

She made the revelation during an interview with TVC News, where she recalled how the rapper moved her from Ikorodu to a new apartment in Lagos.

She also said he rented a space which encompasses three shops for her and gave her money which she used to buy a generator and two big freezers.

The grieving mother said she was expecting to get N5 million from her son to buy goods on the day he passed away.

Her words; “I usually didn’t tell people I was Mohbad’s mother, because he was scared I might get kidnapped. I have spent just five months in the new house he rented for me, and he visited me three times before his demise. He took me out of where I was living before to Ikorodu (in Lagos). He said he wanted to be visiting me from time to time.

“He recently rented a space consisting of three shops for me, but I am yet to move there. He gave me money that I used to buy two big freezers and a big generator. The day he died, he promised to send me N5m, so I could buy goods for the shop.”