MTV Base and SoundCity have now become the latest to remove the singer’s content from their playlists.
Mohbad who was under Naira Marley’s Marlian Records label parted ways bitterly with the singer last year. After that, the two parties started getting in heated public disputes.
One of these was shared by Mohbad on a live as he was being chased from a building by his former boss’ crew.
Following the Peace singer’s controversial death, all eyes have turned to Naira. The media platforms’ move is to show solidarity with the people’s dissatisfaction.
Lots of people have been protesting in Nigeria about this move and want Naira Marley to be apprehended and punished.
Splash FM another big player in the industry also recently removed Naira Marley’s catalog from their playlists and urged other media channels to follow suit.
He has also lost over 600k followers on Instagram. Before Mohbad’s death, he had 7.5m followers but they are now at 6.9m.
“Naira Marley’s music videos have been removed from the playlists of MTV Base and Soundcity. His music has been banned by radio stations like Splash FM, Fresh FM, Island FM, Okin FM, Divine, Agidigbo. He has lost 500,000 Instagram followers. Zinoleesky’s US Tour was cancelled,” reported the African Facts Zone on social media platform X, formerly Twitter.
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