Recall that following the singer’s death on Tuesday, September 12, his long-term partner, Wunmi, revealed that they were married with a child before his passing.
This revelation surprised many because the singer had led a private life and kept his personal affairs off the internet until his death.
Amid the controversy surrounding the cause of his death, some netizens, led by controversial social media commentator Very Dark Man, have demanded a DNA test be conducted after the singer’s corpse is exhumed to establish the paternity of his son.
According to Very Dark Man, his wife is also a suspect until proven innocent, and thus, a DNA test should be carried out to demonstrate that she had no motive to harm the singer.
In response to this, Mary Njoku took to her Instagram page to criticize those advocating for a DNA test, describing their request as ‘evil.’
She asserted that the late singer’s wife is still mourning the death of her husband, who was her provider and protector, and should be allowed to grieve in peace.
The mother of three added that the singer never questioned the paternity of his son when he was alive, so she doesn’t understand why people are now thinking otherwise.
Her post reads,
“Asking a mourning widow to submit her son for a DNA test is pure
She just lost a husband!
Lost a father to her child! Lost her Helper and Protector of over 10yrs! Let her mourn in peace!
if you can’t support her, don’t add to her misery!
Small money don enter now and we are asking for DNA test. Just because she isn’t rich.
If her husband didn’t doubt the paternity of his child, who are we to think otherwise?
Abeg make una no let the dead para for una o!
Don’t frustrated his family!!!!
Let’s focus on getting #justiceformohbad”