Following all of the celebrity reactions to Mohbad’s death, netizens have been quick to drag and insult celebrities they believe were not paying attention to late Mohbad throughout his life.
Many celebrities have been subjected to drags by Nigerians, with Oxlade being possibly the most prominent.
Oxlade has finally revealed why he restricted “his friend” Mohbad’s account while he was still alive. Oxlade explained that he restricted his account since he did not always have access to his social media.
As a result, he did not want his employees to respond to his personal communications.
He expressed that he only restricted Mohbad’s account because that was personal to him and he wanted to respond to it himself.
Below is his full statement;
Tape drop. I no talk
Law suit matter. I no talk
Lost endorsements. I still did not send.
You drag me for tiktok. Call me oxtail. The fact that the dr put me on vocal rest for nodules, you people still neva cared but I still never send.
On THIS matta I won’t be quiet.
How do you think people like me manage the DMs? We have teams. I restrict certain accounts to onlv me / my phone so onlv I can reply.
I’m not clearing my name. I am giving you facts.
I’ve lost a friend and I can’t even grieve properly because elders and blogs want to use me for click bait. Fie mg against bullving but you are bullying me. Make it make sense..
Im not speaking on this again please. Let’s focus on getting justice. Make una use una time do better thing and leave other people to live”
“Note: I only restrict accounts I have a personal relationship with, because my label runs my account in other not to miss important bookings and business conversations. So the restricted account is a way of pointing out to my label that the messages from these accounts are private and they come from my close friends
I have been getting death threats ever since the event unveiled but I no take anything personal because everything happens for a reason. You can silent me with a scandal but you can never dim my light. Imole? season for a reason. Love; Gaza”*