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Eniola Badmus spurs backlash over recent comment amid Mohbad’s demise saga



  • Nollywood actress, Eniola Badmus comes under fire over her recent post.
  • The actress recently took to her Instagram page where she shared a cryptic note.

Nollywood actress, Eniola Badmus has triggered criticism from netizens over a cryptic post amid Mohbad’s death saga.

The thespian took to her Instagram page where she affirmed that people should never let individuals who don’t have a clear direction in life take them along.

The post however wasn’t directed to anybody, making its interpretation somewhat difficult.

Captioning the post, she wrote:

“Never let people who aren’t going anywhere take you with them.”

Check out the post below:

Badmus’ post subsequently generated backlash from netizens who interpreted it differently.

They subsequently took to the comment section to pen some unwelcoming remarks.

Refer to some comments below:


In other news, The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) says singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, aka MohBad, was not poisoned in its custody.

The anti-narcotics agency made the clarification amid the controversy surrounding the death of the late musician.

After Mohbad’s death last Tuesday in an unclear circumstance, a video surfaced showing the 27-year-old artiste writhing in pain and crying profusely on a hospital bed.

Shortly after, some Nigerians accused the agency of poisoning the singer during his purported arrest and detention.

In the video, Mohbad claimed he was given a liquid substance to drink while in the custody of the NDLEA, and that the personnel of the agency repeatedly hit him with the butt of a gun and was later asked to go home.

But NDLEA spokesman, Femi Babafemi, said the musician was never arrested nor detained by the agency.

He argued that the deceased was not one of the Marlian Music acts arrested by the agency in 2022, contrary to the speculations by many, adding that this makes it impossible for Mohbad to have been poisoned in their custody.



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