The untimely death of Mohbad, a talented Nigerian artist, has deeply saddened his fans and the music industry as a whole.
Adding to the intrigue surrounding his passing, an unreleased song featuring Mohbad has emerged, featuring lyrics that have left many fans unsettled. In these lyrics, it appears that Mohbad had foreseen his own demise, leaving his listeners both saddened and perplexed by his words.
The lyrics in question reflect Mohbad’s contemplation of how people will perceive and remember him when he is no longer present. He ponders,
“Love me while I’m still here, cause heaven is our residence,
“Jah is my confidence, every man is a walking dead”
When I’m there no more, people will love me more.”
Talk about the things I’ve done, discuss my right and wrongs “
“When I’m laying dead on the floor, when I can’t talk no more”
“If I go live forever, Shebi Oluwa”
Mohbad’s haunting words have prompted fans to contemplate the profound impact they had on his untimely demise.
During his Timeless tour in Manchester, Davido paid a heartfelt tribute to Mohbad, acknowledging the hidden struggles that many artists face behind the scenes.
He emphasized that artists are human beings with emotions and challenges, resonating deeply with both fellow artists and fans in the audience. Davido’s tribute highlighted the sacrifices and dedication required to deliver outstanding performances despite personal hardships.
In addition to his touching homage, Davido displayed his generosity by sending a significant sum of 2 million naira to Mohbad’s grieving family. This act of kindness was publicly revealed by Mohbad’s father, garnering recognition and appreciation.
The shocking loss of Mohbad continues to leave netizens grappling with the fragility of life, serving as a stark reminder of its transient nature.