He lived in constant fear, tried to keep me and our son safe – Mohbad’s Babymamama

As Nigerians and prominent figures in the music industry continue to grieve the loss of Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, widely recognized as Mohbad or Imole, who tragically passed away at the tender age of 27, the singer’s Babymama, known as Wunmi, has bravely shared the circumstances surrounding his untimely death.

Amidst the myriad of speculations and conjectures swirling on social media regarding Mohbad’s demise, the singer’s babymama has disclosed that he carried the heavy burden of fear with him throughout the latter part of his life, right up until the very end.

In a post via her Instastory, Wunmi wrote:

“He struggled till death, too many pains, threatening, he has always lived with fear, continuous fights everywhere he goes too, he has never been happy for a whole day.”

Wunmi also debunked the reports of him battling mental issues.

“He was called a junkie, a mad person, mental issue so the public would have another view about him. He’s dead at least you all won, take your trophy. Y’all made me a widow at 24 years,” Mohbad’s Babymama wrote.

In a somber revelation, Wunmi revealed due to the fear of the unknown, Mohbad wanted her and their baby far away from him.

She shared how she was supposed to get their baby’s passport for them to leave the country.

“Nothing makes him happy no more, even after seeing his baby he became more worried, he is now a family man he doesn’t want anything to happen to us, I was supposed to collect my baby’s passport yesterday so we could process our traveling, he always say to me ..

Wunmi pls go for my baby sake, I wouldn’t want this people to harm you and him it will break me, you just go, let me face them myself,” she added.


This revelation comes on the heels of Omowunmi’s heart-wrenching expression of grief over the fact that their son, Liam, recently marked his fifth month of life in the wake of Mohbad’s startling demise.

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