Una no sabi sing o” – Portable drag BNXN and Ruger, offers to teach them

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Following an online argument over who is a better vocalist, Nigerian artist Habeeb Okikiola, better known by his stage name Portable, has pulled his senior colleagues BNXN and Ruger into the fray.

The singer is seen criticizing his bandmates in a viral video for how they perform their songs. He claims that the duo primarily sings inaudible words and that their songs primarily focus on women.

He suggested that they sing other songs instead, or even better, worship God.

A few days prior to Portable’s tirade, Ruger and BNXN were at odds after the former accused the latter, as well as Wizkid, Asake, and others, of utilizing streaming farms to enhance his songs’ positions on the charts.

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Portable brags as Oba Oniba of Iba rocks long chain worth millions of naira

Popular Nigerian musician Portable gained notoriety after paying a visit to Oba Oniba Ekun, also known as the Jafo Authority, a Yoruba ruler.

Portable kept drawing attention to the monarch’s necklace by posting footage of himself with Jafo at his castle.

Jafo was seen in the film sporting an extremely lengthy necklace in the Cuban fashion that reached his waist.

When the monarch wrapped something around his neck, Portable was heard telling people to see. The singer claims that the jewelry can be used to purchase some people’s family homes. The jewelry of the king is genuine, he continued.

Sharing the video, she wrote:

“Another Visit to the palace of Oniba Ekun Oba Jafo AuthorityKabiyesi oooHis Royal majesty IKA of AFRiKA in da Hood of iba igando lagos state.”

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