Portable, the controversial singer, has flared up on yet another public outburst over the situation of things in Nigeria.
In a video that surfaced online on Friday night, the fast-rising musician ranted in the Yoruba language while cursing “anyone who votes for the politicians who put Nigeria in this condition”.
Portable, who appeared to have filmed the footage at the Abuja airport, lamented that his flight to Lagos was delayed and that the excuse was no fuel to move the plane.
He also claimed he is being asked to refund payment made to him for a show he was supposed to perform after the money had been spent.
“I’ve suffered. The money I already spent. You should talk about paying another one. Are you kidding? Is the fault not with Nigeria as a country? A whole Abuja? No fuel inside the airplane. If you all are man enough, vote for the bad politicians,” he said.
VIDEO: Portable goes berserk again as politician seeks refund of show money pic.twitter.com/Dg9mlaFkwS
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“They’ve conned your generation. You can’t con us the way you conned our grandparents. It should be us enslaving you all. Imagine [them] telling me to refund the money paid for the show.”
It is not exactly clear if the refund Portable speaks of is for a stage performance not delivered.
It also remains to be seen if his rant is directed toward his political engagements in Osun state.
Portable earlier endorsed Gboyega Oyetola, the governor of Osun who is seeking a second term in the ongoing election.
He had flaunted wads of naira notes given to him by the governor.
Photos also surfaced last Thursday showing Portable performing at a road show campaign for Oyetola.
Portable’s outburst comes as the latest in a series of controversies involving the singer.
He had previously called out Davido, the Afropop star, for unfollowing him on social media.
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