The singer died on September 12th, and his death has since sparked much controversy.
His mysterious demise has set off a series of events from protests being led to accusatory fingers being pointed at his former label boss, Naira Marley, and a socialite, Sam Larry.
While Nigerians at home are holding a peaceful walk and candle night for the late singer, his memory is also being honored by Nigerians abroad.
London-based Nigerians have held a candle night for him at Peckham Square in the UK and his songs were being played by the crowd who all donned black clothing.
In reaction, herbiesowyeah said: “When God said touch not my anointed he messed with the wrong person!!!”
inosendunamama stated: “Shame on naira, he lost both home and away”
rosamudiame said: “Even Peckham don disown Naira Marley. Ti Nira Marley ti ta… lol.. Naira Marley’s own has finished”
dera._xi wrote: “It will take a miracle for Naira career to come back up. This is insane.”
its.buky noted: “Even Peckham is againSt their own naira. Love to see it”
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