Monarch denies paternity of Liam.

Oba Saheed Elegushi, the Elegushi of IkateElegushi Kingdom, denies being the father of Liam, the son of Mohbad, the late singer.

The monarch called the rumors a scheme to tarnish his reputation.

Since Mohbad’s death, his father has requested a DNA test to determine Liam’s paternity.

Oloriebimusicproduction2 repeatedly claimed on TikTok that the king may have killed Mohbad. More allegations surfaced that Oba Elegushi was obstructing justice for the late singer.

Oba Elegushi denied these charges and said they were meant to defame him.

The monarch further disclosed that he has taken legal action against individuals propagating these charges.

In a statement released by his media consultant, Deyemi Saka, it was stated, “We want to address a recent desperate attempt to involve His Royal Majesty, Oba Saheed Elegushi, in the unnecessary paternity dispute concerning the son of Ilerioluwa Aloba, known as Mohbad.”

“The false claims were being circulated by individuals with the following profiles on the social platform TikTok: Oloriebimusicproduction2, PEKINS RULES, and WESTO4LIVE. Additionally, the same misinformation was being spread by Auto Success Ola, Olubukola Jesse, Teni Ologo, and Tolani Ilesanmi.”

“We want to clarify that these accusations are baseless and merely products of the imaginations of these individuals.”

“HRM Oba Saheed Ademola Elegushi, with the assistance of his legal team, has lodged a petition against these parties with the Nigerian Police and other relevant security agencies to protect his rights and shield him from cyberbullying. He hopes for collaborative efforts between the Nigerian Police and international security organizations to seek justice.”

Oba Elegushi extended condolences to Mohbad’s family and urged the public to refrain from involving the traditional institution in the paternity dispute.

“It is important to clarify that Oba Elegushi, along with many Nigerians, mourns the sudden loss of Mohbad and calls for a thorough investigation and swift justice.”

“We extend our prayers to the Alobas for strength during this difficult time and implore individuals to refrain from tarnishing the reputation of His Royal Majesty, Oba Saheed Elegushi, and the esteemed traditional institution he represents,” the statement concluded.

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