The 41-year-old took to Instagram on Sunday, writing that the people posting “Justice for Mohbad” are not different from those who maltreated the late 27-year-old and are the same people who insulted him (Yul) for over a year.
“All of una wey dey post Justice for Mohbad, plus the Nollywood people wey join una dey shout am, you’re not different from the people that were maltreating Mohbad. You’re all demons and wicked people, simply chasing clout. You’re all the same people who have been insulting me for over one year, bullying me on the internet, trying so hard to kill me for matter wey no concern una. Simply bcos I took a personal decision for my life that is not your business,” he wrote.
Yul also wrote that people should allow the police to do their job and stop chasing clout with Mohad’s death.
“My point is simple, if you never posted Mohbad when he was alive, simply shut up and let his soul rest. Allow the police to do their job. As you don’t know all sides of the story. If you have money to spare, send to his family and console them. Stop chasing clout with his name. That’s what you’re good at. You fight the living and celebrate the dead. Walking demons,” he wrote.
Mohbad died on Tuesday, September 12 and was buried the next day in Ikorodu, Lagos.
The police on Thursday released a statement saying they would probe the death of the ‘Feel Good’ singer after his petition against Sam Larry, an associate of Naira Marley, for assault surfaced on social media.