Yung Duu answers as Portable asks N100 million to sign him to any label
Portable Omolalomi elicits a reply from his ex-signee, Yung Duu, who demands N100 million before letting him to be signed by any label.
This comes only days after Yung Duu and Carter Efe, the CEO of Eh God Records, were photographed together, apparently discussing signing him to his company.
Portable, the boss of Zeh Nation Records, maintained in a recent interview that the singer is an investment of his and, as such, cannot be released until he is paid.
He went on to demand N100 million from any potential record label that wants to recruit Yung Duu to their roster.
“He is my boy, I am the one that signed him and spent money on him. Tell him that anyone who is going to sign Yung Duu will pay me N100M. That was the same thing Oladips did to Reminisce, look where he is today. Oladips begged me not to let him go so he does not end up like a stray like him,” he said.
Yung Duu, on the other hand, did not waste any time in responding to his old boss’s requests and defining his connection with Carter Efe’s label.
He went on to say that Portable is just out seeking public recognition because he is a bad person in private.
“N100M for wetin? They are not even trying to sign me, they are only helping me. If you can’t do something for someone and you see someone that can do it, don’t put your hands. All you want to do is the one people will see and talk about. There are some bad things you’re doing that you can never show,” Yung Duu said in part.
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Portable say anyone that wants to sign Yung Duu should bring 100 million, Yung Duu vex reply am😑 pic.twitter.com/3694NwIlkY
— Oyindamola🙄 (@dammiedammie35) October 30, 2023