Collins Ajereh, also known as Don Jazzy, a music executive, is currently under fire for his late homage to musician Mohbad.
The 27-year-old talented vocalist and former Marlian signee died on Tuesday, September 12th. Since his death, there has been a worldwide outpouring of love from his followers, lovers, celebrities, and even non-music fans.
It’s been a week since his death, and Don Jazzy, who is active on social media, has just posted an homage to him.
On his Instagram page, Mavins creator expressed his sadness that the artist is no longer living to witness the love extended to him by people all over the world.
He noted how Mohbad didn’t deserve to go through all that pain, as he vowed that the singer would forever be in our hearts”.
His post didn’t sit well with many as they took to his comment section to mercilessly drag him.
One Cici Aduke wrote, “Na wa oo, na now you know say him die? Life eh, it could be anyone’s turn tomorrow
One Ms Nma wrote, “Na now day break but if it’s to post Ashmusy u are first in line
One Simeon Delight wrote, “Day just break for your side. Mtchewwwwww
One Lammy Vodi wrote, “Na now you just wake up since 9 days
One Beebs wrote, “Yomi. Leaders wey no dey protect their own. God came through for Mohbad. Keep your condolence to yourself! Not accepted
One Adeyinka Basit wrote, “Are you telling me you never knew the boy died all these days?? Make una dey fear God Sha
One Favour Hoj wrote, “Since then na today you dey post am mtchewwwwww
One Lindsay Marie wrote, “He just died? Fake Love
One I Am Creeper wrote, “Na now day break because Davido don show, no wahala make una just remember say na the same we dey push ur artist music, without us ur artist na nothing
One Nasi Risaq wrote, “Absolute shame in you, Don Jazzy. How could you express your condolence for someone who died 9 days ago? Wtf
One Blingzzzzz wrote, “Now that you see that it’s gained an international audience is when you want to post!! Thunder fire all of una one by one!! Obviously y’all hands are not clean!! If na big yansh Hilda dey cook, all of una go dey run, show love!! Eyin ashiere!!”.
Before his demise, Mohbad had predicted that people would only love him when he was dead.
He made the heartbreaking statement in an unreleased song, where he predicted his death.
The lyrics in question hint at Mohbad’s foresight of the future, where he contemplates what people will say when he’s no longer around.
A day back, Yvonne Jegede had taken a swipe at the disgraced singer, Naira Marley, and his aide, Sam Larry for underestimating his former signee, Mohbad.
Sharing clips from Mohbad’s candlelight service which drew in thousands of youths, Yvonne slammed Naira and his crew for underestimating Mohbad, noting how they thought he was an ant, who they could squash easily.
Yvonne added that Naira Marley overestimated himself and hasn’t seen anything yet.