A leaked conversation between Nigerian singer Shallipopi and the late singer Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, widely known as Mohbad, has surfaced online.
The conversation, which has gone viral on social media, not only showcases the promising collaboration plans between the two artists but also adds to the mystery surrounding Mohbad’s untimely death at the age of 27.
The leaked chat reveals the shared enthusiasm between Shallipopi and Mohbad as they discussed their plans to create a musical masterpiece together.
In the conversation, it becomes evident that the duo had high hopes for their impending collaboration, a project that was tragically never realized.
Mohbad, a multi-talented rapper, singer, and songwriter, had made a significant impact on the Nigerian music scene with his chart-topping hits, including “Ponmo,” “Feel Good,” and the infectious viral sensation “KPK (Ko Por Ke)” in collaboration with renowned producer Rexxie.
Despite his youth, Mohbad had earned himself three nominations at The Headies Awards in 2022, showcasing the remarkable influence he had on the music landscape.
The circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s sudden demise remain shrouded in mystery, as an ongoing investigation attempts to piece together the events leading to this tragic loss.
Fans, fellow artists, and the general public are eagerly awaiting updates and further information to gain insight into the circumstances that took away such a promising talent at the peak of his career.
Shallipopi, who had been scheduled to collaborate with Mohbad on a musical project, expressed his grief on social media platforms as he lamented in his heartfelt tweet.
“We never record our song o.”
Daddy Kalez said: “Things like this get to me I hope I get to do music with the ones I love before it’s time.”
Mr Femo wrote: “I really knew you guys will definitely have a song cooking up and it would have been lit. Nah this thing dey pain pass.”
Pascal Jesse added: “Omo, this guy voiced out for help so many times but it looked like it fell on deaf ears ☹️ RIP bro, this life ehh.’