Embattled owner of Marlian Records, Azeez Fashola, also called Naira Marley Splash 105.5 FM may have more troubles coming his way as some radio stations have started placing a ban on all songs from the label on their frequencies.
The Oyo State capital’s Splash 105.5 FM radio station and privately owned radio stations are among those who have made their opposition to music from Marlian Records known to the public.
According to a Twitter post by Aderonke Adesola, a presenter at the station, the management places an indefinite ban on the songs of the CEO of Marlian Records.
She said Marley’s songs have been placed on “Not to Be Broadcast” (NTTB) on the radio frequencies by the station’s management.
The post read: “Good evening team. In view of the sensitive nature around the death of Mohbad and the criminal procedure, the police have commenced, I will urge us all to exercise discretion.”
“To this effect, Naira Marley’s songs have become NTBB ( not to be broadcast) on our station till further notice. This is with immediate effect. Thank you.”
Naira Marley, who parted ways with MohBad in 2022, has been accused of having a hand in the death of his former signee, an allegation which he denied.
In a statement he issued last week, Marley described MohBad’s death as painful.