“Don’t use Android phone to video me” Singer Portable reads the riot act to fans at his concert (Video)

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Fast-rising street singer, Habeeb Okikiola popularly known as Portable has read the riot act to his fans at his recent concert.

The controversial singer and father of four, had headline the Al mining concert in Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos State on Friday where he issued a warning to them.

Stigmatizing phone users, Portable told Android phone users not to record him with their phones.

He said, “You no understand, Don’t use Android phone to camera me oo. Wotowoto they pay money”.

His statement drew murmurs from his fans.


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Portable arrives stage in a coffin

Last year, Portable had created a buzz with his last concert for the year.

The Zazuu crooner had gotten the internet talking with his dramatic entrance to his Portable Live in Concert at African Shrine.

The highlight of the night was when the father of four arrived stage in a coffin. In the video, Portable could be seen entering a coffin as he was been transported to the stage .

Portable reveals why he engages in brawls on social media

In other news, Portable had revealed why he engages in brawls on social media.

In an interview with Timi Agbaje, an actor who also runs a street vox pop, Portable said he engages in brawls because he doesn’t want people to continue to rip him off his hard-earned money.

When Timi Agbaje asked him why he fights online every time, Portable responded with a question; “dem don rip you before? Timi responded; “dem don rip me”. The singer went on to ask; “as dem riP you, you no talk?” Timi responded; “I no talk”. Arriving at his conclusion, Portable said; ” na him make dem dey rip you dey go ma soro (don’t talk!).

Portable who is known for his comic way of talking and turning everything that comes his way into a song started a song out of the interview question.

Portable gained widespread popularity after the release of his song “Zazu Zeh” in December 2021 where he featured rapper, singer and songwriter, Olamide and dancer, Iwe Pascal better known as Poco Lee.

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