Obi Cubana, the Anambra-born business mogul, has signed Portable, the fast-rising singer, as the brand ambassador for his recently launched product.
The endorsement deal, which was signed on Monday, was revealed by Portable in a series of clips shared on his Instagram page.
The ‘Zazoo Zeh’ crooner also hinted that the endorsement deal is worth N50 million while appreciating the socialite for the opportunity to work with him.
“@obi_cubana don show love ooo. 50 million kweh don zeh for my aza oooo. Official ambassador @odogwu_bitters of Africa,” he wrote.
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In the comment section, Obi Cubana also hailed the singer, calling him the “Odogwu Ambassador”.
The singer, whose name is Habeeb Okikiola, gained traction with his hit track ‘Zazoo Zeh’ featuring Olamide, the rapper, and Poco Lee, the dancer.
He has been in the news for controversial reasons since he came into the limelight towards the end of 2021.
In January, Black Cinderella, the Kenyan radio presenter, had called him out for sharing videos of his moments with ladies in the East African country.
Portable had also threatened to use charm on anyone who comes to raid his house in search of drugs. This was after operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) arrested some of his colleagues in the music industry in February.
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