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“You that I am hiidden many of your secreets, except my response soon”- Mohbad’s wife’s sister, Karimot threaatens her following her disclaimer over her statement (Video)

Karimot, the elder sister of Omowunmi, the late singer Mohbad’s spouse, seems to be in conflict with her as they engage in online disputes. Recently, Karimot criticized Mohbad’s father for requesting a DNA test, alleging that Mohbad frequently transmits sexually transmitted diseases to Omowunmi, necessitating her to use antibiotics. She criticized Nigerians advocating for DNA tests, highlighting the prevalence of spouses transmitting STDs and pledged to involve the US government if any harm comes to Omowunmi and her child.

Discrediting her claims, Omowunmi appealed to the public for support in honoring the cherished memory of her husband, portraying him as a kind and affectionate man whom she would gladly marry again.

She clarified that she had never accused her deceased husband of giving her an STD, being involved in a cult, abusing drugs, or physically assaulting her. Nonetheless, she acknowledged the outpouring of love and support from those who wish to defend her, expressing gratitude for their concern.

In a retaliatory move, Karimot issued a warning, suggesting that she would reveal everything, advising her younger sister to anticipate her forthcoming response along with Omowunmi’s disclaimer.

For the past few days, Karimot has been actively defending her sister against social media attacks. She has appealed to both the Ministry of Women Affairs and the Lagos Government to ensure her sister’s protection, highlighting the unjustified online harassment directed at her sister by internet trolls.

In another instance, she publicly criticized Mohbad’s father for neglecting his son’s graveyards. She pointed out the inconsistency of his lamenting over people disturbing the grave while leaving it open and vulnerable. Karimot emphasized that Mohbad faced frustration during his life, and now there are concerns that the sand from his gravesite might be used for nefarious purposes.

Check out the response below;

Sources: Infotrend.com.ng