Habeeb Okikiola, better known as Portable, has addressed those attributing his rise to stardom to music legend Olamide and dancer Pocolee.
Speaking during a recent interview, the Zeh Nation boss debunked the claim that he rose to fame in 2021 after Olamide jumped on his Zazu Zeh track, insisting that his songs have been popular before then.
He disagreed with the viral claim that Olamide’s impact on his Zazu Zeh track helped the song become popular and, as a result, propelled his music career.
He maintained that he was already famous and labelled himself a “child of grace,” whom everyone wanted to associate with.
“Shey me I see anybody help me ni? As i dey like this, if no be sey i get grace. Everybody DM me. Nobody blow me. I don blow before I meet Pocolee and Olamide.” He said.
Watch him speak below,
In other news, fast-rising Nigerian singer, Charles Chibueze Chukwu, popularly known as Crayon, has expressed immense joy after moving his parents out of the ‘trenches’ to a new crib.
Crayon, who is signed to Mavin Records, took to his Twitter page to share the exciting news on Wednesday, December 21, and described it as the best Christmas gift to himself.
The singer, who recently revealed that he has not seen his parents since 2017, said he can finally go home after 5 years.
“I recently just moved my parents out of the trenches to a new crib! Hallelujah! My best Christmas gift to myself ever! Now I can finally go home after 5 years! I’m so so happy! I feel fulfilled! No more lekki foods, Small hungry like this I don run go house go chop come back!”