Mohbad: “I would have also died in the hands of my former label” – Harrysong shares struggle

Mohbad: “I would have also died in the hands of my former label” - Harrysong shares struggle

Following the tragic passing of late singer, Mohbad, whose death has been connected to the alleged mistreatment he endured with his former record label, several artists have come forward to share their own experiences of challenges within their labels.

Echoing their experiences, singer Harrysong, known as Harrison Okiri, revealed that he might have lost his life due to his former label, if not for the grace of God and the assistance of good men around him.

Harrysong described the ordeal of enduring consecutive periods of torment, attacks, abuses, and hardships from his former record label simply because he served and sought to move on.

The “Better Pikin” crooner tagged his painful experience as “hell,” highlighting how the public readily believed everything that was said about him, subjecting him to relentless bullying.

He wrote

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

“The torment, attacks, abuses, and operations back to back. Just bcos I’ve 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. In fact, one of my friends said he would buy drunks, and celebrate if I die of hunger and depression.

“Am alive today just for the few that stood for me and by me. Cus 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: “I would have also died in the hands of my former label” - Harrysong shares struggle

Upcoming singers such as Tori Keeche, YBNL Princess, Temmie Ovwasa and others have lamented ill treatment from their former record label.

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