Video Captures Nigerian Singer, Portable Allegedly Assaulting … – SaharaReporters.com

This was shown in a trending video on Twitter shared by a twitter user named @Bigfhenum.
 
Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiola, also known as Portable, has been captured in a video assaulting Manny Monie, a fellow artiste registered under his Zeh Nation record label, for allegedly utilising the services of two music distributors without his knowledge.
This was shown in a trending video on Twitter shared by a twitter user named @Bigfhenum.
“Portable need to be jail at least for 6month,” @Bigfhenum captioned the video.
In the video, the “Zazu” crooner was filmed, hitting Manny Monie while accusing him of being ungrateful despite everything he had done for him since signing him on the former’s music label. 
Portable also recounted how he bought clothes, promoted, and changed the phone of the artist, adding that the signee chose to betray him despite everything.
Portable explained that the artist’s lack of popularity in the music industry was due to his indecision.
According to Portable, the young artiste should focus on either music or scamming rather than combining the two.
“If you want to do music, do music, if you want to do scams, do scams. These boys are scams,” he said angrily in the video.
Recall that the controversial singer reportedly sacked all the staff under his record label for generating only N7000 when he was away. 
https://twitter.com/Bigfhenum/status/1593522404755644460?s=20&t=jU0MGDlzzAV-qwuHpa6zlw
 
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