Daddy Showkey: Death Threats Have Been Directed Towards Me, Reveals Mohbad

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Renowned Nigerian singer John Odafe Asiemo, also known as Daddy Showkey, has disclosed that he’s been facing serious threats to his life following his remarks about the tragic passing of the rapper Mohbad on September 12, 2023.

During an interview with media personality Daddy Freeze, Daddy Showkey insinuated that there might be undisclosed factors surrounding the rapper’s demise and implicated influential figures within the music industry and society.

Revisiting Daddy Freeze’s Instagram live session on Monday night, Showkey revealed that he has been receiving threats, particularly from individuals within the government, since his previous comments on Mohbad’s untimely death.

He said, β€œDaddy Freeze, do you know after my last interview with you, I received a lot of death threats? Do you know after that interview, even people in government were threatening me?

β€œI told them that they should go and watch your interview, did I said anything wrong? And what I’m saying, I’m saying the truth. You would not believe what I went through. I did not sleep throughout that night. They were just threatening me.

β€œDaddy Freeze, I don’t know what you are going through with all these things you are doing o. Because the kind of threats that they threatened me, I come dey talk say what of you?”

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