Harrysong, the Nigerian singer, has recalled his ordeal with Five Star Music, his former label owned by E-money.


In a condolence post to Mohbad on Instagram, the singer alleged that he was tormented, attacked, and abused for seeking personal growth.

Harrysong, while seeking justice for Mohbad, appealed to record label owners to stop mistreating their signees.

“If not for the grace of God, with the help of some very few good men. I would have also died in the hands of my former label,” he wrote.


“The torment, attacks, abuses, and operations back to back. Just because I have served and wanted to move on and grow a little for myself.

“It was hell for me, the general public believed everything they said about me then. Fans, supporters, and show promoters, bullying me everywhere. One of my friends said he would buy drinks, and celebrate if I die of hunger and depression. I am alive today just for the few that stood for me and by me.

“Because they know the true story and refuse to be influenced by lies just to kill an innocent man, record labels should stop these do-or-die things, killing and destroying young talents just because they want to prove label power and supremacy.”


Mohbad died last Tuesday and was buried the next day.

The circumstance surrounding his death has continued to spark controversies on social media.

Iyabo Ojo had also said she would be staging a “peaceful” protest in Lagos to demand justice over Mohbad’s death.


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