Naira Marley, Zinoleesky, Sam Larry make first public appearance after Mohbad’s death

Naira Marley

Marlian Record boss Naira Marley, his signee Zinoleesky and socialite Sam Larry have made their first public appearance since the death of former Marlian signee Mohbad.

The trio visited a less privileged home and donated food items like noodles, biscuits and bags of rice to the needy. In the video which went viral on Tuesday, November 28, Naira Marley and Sam Larry could be seen having a discussion with a man believed to be the person in charge of the foundation while fans and passersby made videos and took photos of the duo.

Sam Larry also made a selfie video of himself, Marley and Zinoleesky as they stepped out. The triol looked excited in the video as they waved their hands in front of the camera.

Zino has been keeping a low profile since Mohbad’s death but he completely went off social media after it was speculated that his boss was involved in Mohbad’s death. Before his death, Mohbad accused him of snitching on him during their ordeal with the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).

Another video of the trio having a conversation outside the streets was uploaded on Zinoleesky’s fan page.

This is coming days after a Magistrate Court in Yaba, Lagos State granted the Marlian Music boss and Sam Larry, bail in the sum of N20 million.

Naira Marley, Sam and two others were arraigned on October 6 and remanded over their alleged involvement in the death of Mohbad.

The Magistrate, Adeola Olatunbosun, on Monday, November 6, ordered the duo to submit their international passports as part of their bail conditions.

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Olatunbosun also ordered them to make weekly appearances at the State Criminal Investigation Department (CID).

The duo were also summoned by the House of Representatives over the royalties of Mohbad.

During the debate on the matter at the plenary session on September 26, the lawmakers expressed their commitment to ensuring proper compensation and royalties for Mohbad’s musical works.

The lawmakers also pledged to monitor the ongoing investigation into his death and the royalties accruing to him.

Mohbad died at the age of 27 under unclear circumstances on Thursday, September 12.