Controversial singer, Habeeb Okikiola better known as Portable Omolalomi has praised himself for his surviving spirits.
The street singer, while reflecting on his life, stated that he has learnt more in the streets than in any classroom.
According to him, he is still smarter than those in the zoo and his future is in God’s hands.
“Zazuu I have learned more in the streets than in any classroom..I’m still smarter than you in the Zoo my future in God’s hands. Ika of Africa Akoi Grace. Dr Zeh Nation many many inspiration”.
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I have been fighting since I was a child, I am a warrior and not a survivor” Portable hails himself
Weeks back, Portable had tooted his horns as he reflected on his humble beginnings.
Portable revealed that he has been fighting since he was a child.
The singer, who has gotten into series of beefs and fights since gaining widespread fame with the likes of TG Omori, Poco Lee, Small Doctor among others, considers himself a warrior and not a survivor.
The Ika of Africa, which is one of his numerous nicknames, noted how he started alone, failed alone, cried alone and then picked himself up for success.
The father of four, who is fearless, declared that he can’t fight his battles alone and never fears to walk alone.
He made reference to how a Lion, who is considered the King of the Jungle, doesn’t fear anything.
Going by his reference, it seems like Portable seems himself as the King of his jungle m
Portable reveals why he engages in brawls on social media
Prior to that, 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 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.