Actress Iyabo Ojo has accused Naira Marley of drugging her children.
Naijaonpoint Nigeria reports that Actress Iyabo Ojo has accused popular singer Naira Marley of lacing her children’s food with illicit substances during their visits to his house.
The legations emerged during a live stream in which Ojo voiced her concerns about the ongoing quest for justice following the tragic death of Nigerian singer Ilerioluwa Aloba, known as Mohbad. Ojo vehemently stated that she could never support Naira Marley due to these disturbing allegations.
Iyabo Ojo began her revelation, expressing her disbelief by saying, “Is it that same Naira Marley that I thought was a sensible person? When my children went to his house, he would give them drugs to take, sneaking them into their food and drinks. Is it that kind of person you want me to support?”
Ojo went on to emphasize that she has witnesses who can corroborate her claims. She has expressed her intent to take legal action against Naira Marley for allegedly lacing her children’s food with drugs during their visits to his residence.
She said, “The Naira Marley and Sam Larry that you’re supporting have plenty of cases to answer. When my children visited his house, he spiked their drinks with drugs, and two or three people have testified that they were there. I haven’t even started; after the government’s case is done with him, I’ll bring my own case to light.”
The actress has been at the forefront of the fight for justice since the untimely passing of Mohbad on September 12, 2023, which occurred under mysterious circumstances.
During the investigations, Naira Marley was linked to allegations of cyberstalking and bullying of the late singer while he was still alive, charges for which the police claim to have substantial evidence. Naira Marley, along with his associate Sam Larry, was remanded to police custody during the duration of the investigations.
This shocking allegation from Iyabo Ojo against Naira Marley has stirred significant controversy, raising questions about the actions of the singer and the responsibility of adults when children are involved.