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Mohbad: “No one has a monopoly on madness, some of us have repented” Mary Njoku blows hot at critics

Nollywood actress and filmmaker, Mary Remmy Njoku has lashed out at critics over her opinions on late singer, Mohbad and the controversies surrounding his death.

Since the death of the talented Nigerian singer, many celebrities have become vocal, clamoring for justice and giving their two cents on him.

Mary Njoku, who is one of the few celebrities who publicly took a stance against conducting DNA tests for the deceased’s son, earned criticisms from lots of netizens.

Defending herself, Mary admitted that she might be wrong sometimes, hence, why anyone shouldn’t take it personally.

She noted how netizens can agree or disagree with her and she can engage in a good debate with them, without disrespecting her or hurling insults at her.

According to her, she is entitled to her own opinion, so anyone who isn’t mature enough to comment without insult should avoid her.

The CEO of ROK TV added that no one has a monopoly on madness, but many like her have repented.

“If you cannot make your point without disrespecting me, please avoid my posts. My page isn’t for fools. You can agree or disagree with me. I love a good debate. I might be wrong sometimes but don’t take it personally Pls. My opinions are on my page not ok your head. So, if you aren’t mature enough to comment without insult, rest IJN.

Las las, no one has a monopoly on Madness. Some of us don repent. Good vibes only Pls”.

Mary Njoku blows at critics over Mohbad
Mary Njoku blows at critics over Mohbad

Kemi Filani reported that Mary Njoku had faced criticism after she took a stance against conducting DNA for the late Mohbad’s son.

The wife of Jason Njoku in a post via Instagram, described it as pure evil and advised that people should not add to the widow’s misery.

The movie star stated that if the singer didn’t doubt the child’s paternity, the public should not think otherwise but should focus on getting justice for him.

Recall that Mary Remmy Njoku had also earned criticisms after she blasted Nigerians for blaming her colleague, Moyo Lawal over her leaked tape.

Mary who is close to Moyo Lawal, questioned why Nigerians always love to blame the victims, noting how when a person is a victim of rape, scam, theft, revenge porn, cheating, and more, we end up blaming them.