MohBad Biography: Age, Family, Education, Career, Death

Early Life:
Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, known by his stage name MohBad, was a Nigerian rapper, singer, and songwriter born on June 8, 1996, in Lagos, Nigeria.

Education:
There is no specific information provided about MohBad’s education in the available data.

Music Career:

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  • MohBad embarked on his music career in 2019, making a swift entry into the Nigerian music scene.
  • He initially signed with Naira Marley’s Marlian Records but departed from the label in 2022.
  • MohBad gained recognition for his contributions to various music genres, including Afrobeats, Amapiano, Afropop, and hip hop.
  • His breakout moment came with the viral success of his single “Ponmo.”
  • In 2020, he released his debut album, “Light,” featuring collaborations with renowned artists such as Davido, Naira Marley, and Lil Kesh.
  • The song “KPK (Ko Por Ke),” a collaboration with Rexxie, earned three nominations at The Headies awards in 2022.
  • MohBad’s music consistently performed well on music charts, and he was listed in Audiomack’s top 21 Afrobeat artists of 2021.

Controversies:

  • In February 2022, MohBad, along with Zinoleesky and others, was arrested by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) for the possession of illegal substances, including MDMA and cannabis.
  • There were reports of a raid on their residence, with allegations of mistreatment during the arrest.

Challenges and Departure from Marlian Records:

  • In October 2022, MohBad announced his departure from Marlian Records.
  • He accused his former manager, Naira Marley, of assault and revealed that his intention to hire a different manager led to a physical altercation.

Personal Life:

  • MohBad was married to Wunmi, and they had one son together.
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Death:

  • MohBad’s life was tragically cut short on September 12, 2023, at the young age of 27. He passed away after receiving treatment for an ear infection.

Legacy:

  • MohBad’s legacy lives on through his music, and he is remembered for his significant contributions to the Nigerian music industry.
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