Nigerian music sensation, Iyanya, has recently taken to social media to gently remind his fellow artist and junior colleague, Oxlade, of a conversation they had in the past. This reminder comes in the wake of a trending and controversial post by Oxlade, in which he expressed his condolences for the late Mohbad.
In his post, Iyanya shared some insightful thoughts about authenticity in the realm of social media. He suggested that when someone is being insincere or inauthentic, they tend to resort to posting screenshots of interactions where they have cut ties with a genuinely good person on social media platforms.
Iyanya’s message was clearly directed towards Oxlade. He harked back to their previous conversation, where he had forewarned Oxlade that the facade he was putting up would eventually be exposed to the public eye. Now, it seems, that prediction has come to fruition
“When you are fake, you will post a screenshot of how you “Restricted” a good guy on sm.
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It was reported that Oxlade had shared a screenshot of a message he had received from Mohbad back in 2018, a message that went unanswered.
In this message, Mohbad had praised Oxlade for his exceptional singing talent. Regrettably, Oxlade did not respond to the message and, to make matters worse, he had also restricted Mohbad’s account.
Keen-eyed internet users who noticed this incident took to the micro-blogging platform to criticize Oxlade for what they perceived as insincere gestures, highlighting the prevalence of inauthenticity in the entertainment industry.
In response, Oxlade removed the initial post from his Instagram page and instead shared a different screenshot of a conversation between him and the late singer.
Mohbad’s untimely passing has undeniably shed light on the prevalence of insincere interactions within the industry, leading to conflicts among its members.
Singer Dammy Krane criticized show promoter Paulo Okoye for failing to address the concerns that the late singer, Mohbad, had expressed before his unfortunate demise.
While expressing his condolences for the departed artist, Paulo Okoye revealed details of his last conversation with Mohbad, in which the latter had voiced concerns about his own safety.
In response, Dammy Krane questioned the timing of Paulo Okoye’s statement, characterizing it as a case of “too little, too late,” and wondered what assistance had been offered to Mohbad regarding his fears during his lifetime.