“I never told anyone Mohbad gave me STD” – Late Mohbad’s wife, Wunmi refutes sister’s claims

  • Wunmi Aloba, the wife of the late Mohbad singer, refutes her elder sister’s allegations of being repeatedly infected with STD by her late husband.
  • Karimot criticized Nigerians for demanding DNA tests, citing the late Mohbad’s STDs and antibiotic use for her sister.
  • She threatened to involve the US government if her sister, Omowunmi, or her son was in danger.
  • Wunmi expressed gratitude to the public for their support, recognizing them as the reason she and her son are alive.

Wunmi Aloba, the late musician Mohbad’s wife, refutes her elder sister’s allegations that her late husband frequently infected her with STDs.

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Karimot had criticized Nigerians who demanded DNA tests, pointing out that the late Mohbad caused her younger sister STDs and had to use antibiotics several times.

She also threatened to contact the US government if her sister, Omowunmi, or son were harmed.

In response, Wunmi thanked the public for their support, noting that they were the reason she and her son are still alive.

She asked everyone to help preserve her husband’s beloved memory, characterizing him as a decent and caring man who she would marry again without hesitation.

“Dear all,

I would like to appreciate everyone who stood by my son and I. You are the reason we are still breathing in this trying moment.

I would like to urge you all to please preserve the lovely memory of my husband. My husband was a good and loving man and I would marry him over and over again.

I have never personally at any time told anyone that my husband gave me STDs, belonged to a cult, on drugs and neither have I told anyone he beats me. I know you all love me and want to defend Liam and I, we truly appreciate it

I’m alive to take the blame, pressure, accusations, and curses. Sadly, my husband can’t defend himself. I love my husband, even in death I still honor him. If you love me, please respect the memory of my husband. My own Nigga, my defender, the shoulder I lean on, my friend, my Ileriouluwa is a Good man. He was good to us, his family and friends.

Liam, our son would grow up to read and see everything about his father (Ileriouluwa Oladimeji Aloba) and u want him to be proud of his father’s legacy.

Thank you very much again for your unwavering love toward Mohbad, Liam and I. God bless you more and more”.

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