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Here Is Why Sam Larry Went After Mohbad

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Embattled Lagos socialite, Balogun Eletu, known popularly as Sam Larry, has revealed why he went after late singer, Mohbad.

The Marlian associate, as reported by Beyond Boders, is being accused of involvement in Mohbad’s death and is presently in police net.

Larry in his official statement from police custody, claimed to have given the late singer a sum of N2 million to perform at his mother’s annual remembrance, but never saw the late singer’s break light.

“Two years ago, I gave N2 million to lleri to perform at my mother’s annual remembrance concert in Ikorodu.

“The boy never turned up, so I called him to ask why. He then said he was not feeling well, and when I asked for a refund, he said he lost his phone and money recently when the NDLEA raided his place.”

“Since he was leaving Marlian Records, he claimed he was now broke and had no commitment to repay. I left it at that. Later, I heard that this same boy was having a music video shoot next door, practically on the next street to my house. So, I went there to ask for my money again.”

“We had an argument that lasted 5 minutes. Even one of his friends insisted he was going to pay the money. Up until today, not one kobo has been repaid, and this incident happened early last year. I have since moved on.

“I travelled to Kenya to find a new African act that can perform at my mother’s concert this year. I have been away since August 20th, and till now, I don’t know anything other than what was written in the blogs and the press. I don’t even know where he lives.

“I only know his former label boss and their house. I don’t know any nurse, doctor, or hospital. I don’t know anything about his movements. I don’t have that time. I have lost a lot more money than that before; you win some, you lose some.

“That is my story, case closed. I came here willingly and happily. I know nothing about how the musician died.”

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