Nigerian singer Habeeb Okikiola popularly known as Portable on Thursday fired all his studio staff for earning only N7,000 in a month while he was away on tour in Europe.
In a video on his Instagram page, Portable said his staff made a bad amount of money while he toured Europe for a month and two weeks.
Portable captioned the video, “Stop dreaming about yourself. I don’t know how helping someone becomes a crime… imagine someone talking shit about my record label. I’ve helped someone in many ways, but to God, We keep on moving… We will not stop. ZEH Nation to de World”
He said that sometimes it was 15 million when he was travelling, so he had no choice but to leave them.
He said, “Anytime I record the studio we will say, I make N2m, N3m, I have to make N15m in 5 days I traveled in five days and when I came back they said they made N7000, not even N700,000 or N70,000, I keep going. them,”
The singer believes they tried to cheat her despite her goodwill.
He said: “I changed my studio, the people I put in my studio refused to blow, I built a studio, they didn’t hand over my money, they cut my money.” I employed Ogun,” he added.
A bag of controversy
Ever since he released his hit song ‘Zazu’ in 2021, the portable has become one of the most controversial artistes in Nigeria.
in october The EFCC arrested a DJ for impersonating him and defrauding a club owner N790,000.
The singer himself has been in the limelight throughout the year, both positively and negatively, as he has done he got the title of leader and get kicked out of the headies awards for certain offenses committed by Portable through its social media platforms.
In June, he She welcomed her second child with her mother Omobewaji Feranmi becoming a father of three boys.
After losing head-to-head nominations, he trolled headies award winner in the category of street hop artists ‘Goya Menor’, will bring the roller coaster of the online exchange of words.
The street hop artist hasn’t had much success since 2021, but fans are rooting for him; has finally made it to the list of Nigerian celebrities to be a meme and WhatsApp sticker.
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