The loss of singer Mohbad has left a deep sense of sorrow in the entertainment industry. It’s natural for people to reflect on missed chances and potential connections with individuals after their passing.
Mabel Makun’s expressed desire to have been friends with Mohbad and the revelation about the unnoticed DM serve as her way of conveying her emotions following his demise.
Nevertheless, it’s crucial to acknowledge that grieving is a personal experience, and individuals may opt to express their condolences and feelings in diverse ways.
Some individuals may question the relevance or timing of such revelations, but it’s essential to approach such discussions with empathy and understanding during this difficult time.
Just a week ago, fast-rising singer Oxlade found himself in a similar situation. Oxlade faced scrutiny after sharing a screenshot of a message he received from Mohbad back in 2018. In the message, Mohbad praised Oxlade’s singing talent, describing his voice as extraordinary and expressing his admiration. Unfortunately, Oxlade did not respond to the message and, to compound matters, had restricted Mohbad’s account.
Eagle-eyed social media users quickly noticed Oxlade’s actions and criticized what they saw as “fake love” in the entertainment industry. This incident highlights the challenges that celebrities face when it comes to managing their online interactions and the expectations that come with their status.
Rema, also faced a similar situation. About a week ago too, he shared a screenshot of a message he received from Mohbad in 2020. In the message, Mohbad expressed his deep admiration for Rema’s song “Peace Of Mind.” Rema admitted that he had not seen the message until after Mohbad’s passing
Rema’s revelation had drawn attention from Didi Ekanem, who pointed out that Rema had not ignored American singer and actress Selena Gomez’s DMs but had unintentionally overlooked Mohbad’s message.