Following Mohbad’s tragic passing and the recent disclosures involving Naira Marley and his associates, online users have initiated a process of reexamining the rapper’s earlier lyrics, revealing concealed meanings that now bear a haunting significance.
Naira Marley, known for his unabashed and gritty image, has frequently incorporated themes of defiance and urban life into his music. Nevertheless, it’s his reference to sending “men to God” in his lyrics that has seized the public’s interest.
Naira Marley has made references to his involvement in violent and malevolent activities in his songs.
The intensified scrutiny of these lyrics has raised concerns about whether the rapper was consistently conveying a darker message all along.
Turn a mansion to a bando
Turn amapiano to a gang song
I’m d nigga u can count on. Ak, tech, mac, no laptop.. they try ride dey crash dey dash I laugh Who’s dat? See a opp reverse
Work rate mad I should be man of the match
How many man have I put underground
Shoot in Amiri like kayflock
How many man have we sent to Baba God?
Let’s mind d business that pay us
I will send kick to ur door like ASOS
Let me explain why they hate us, never mind, dem fo
of shii like Anti”
“1 don report nairamarley account like 50 times”
“You guys should report Nairamarley’s YouTube channel.”
“Aunt Dike you need tight security protection, I wish all celebrities will use their platforms to mobilize against this crime committed. You’re brave”
“#justiceformohbad my blood fit cook beans as o dey see all them videos.”
“Naira Marley,your end is near bcos your own d#&th will be brutal,you will look for tears but you won’t see…Your days are numbered,watch and see”