Naira Marley, the Nigerian singer, says he is unbothered about people’s opinions of him. 


In a series of posts on his social media page on Wednesday, the Marlian Records head honcho advised his fans to have a mind of their own.

Marley said what people think should not be any of “your business”.

“You have a brain and mind of your own. Use it, and reach your own decisions,” he wrote.


“As a Marlian, what people in the world think of you is really none of your business.”

Marley’s post sparked a wave of mixed reactions online, with some users wondering if anyone still identifies as a “Marlian”.

A segment of users also questioned whether his ‘conscience is haunting” him.


Marley sings in English, Pidgin, and Yoruba. His music is a blend of Afrobeats and hip-hop.

He is known as the president of his controversial fan base, “Marlians”.

On September 12, Mohbad, Marley’s former label signee, died under mysterious circumstances.

His demise stirred up controversies on social media with several calls and cries for justice from colleagues and fans.


In October, the singer was arrested over allegations that he was involved in the death of Mohbad.

Marley was released on bail in November after spending over five weeks in detention.

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