Maureen Imbai, Kenyan radio presenter better known as Black Cinderella, has called out Portable, the fast-rising Nigerian singer, on social media.


Portable has become a viral sensation since he put out with ‘Zazoo Zeh’, his hit single, featuring Olamide and Poco Lee.

The musician recently travelled to Kenya and has since been sharing videos of his activities, including his moments with ladies in the East African country.

In one of the videos, the singer, born Habeeb Okikiola, appeared to be mocking a lady who walked out on him after he told her that he was not available for a “hook up”.



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The video has continued to elicit mixed reactions on social media, with some users faulting the action of the singer.

In several posts via her Instagram Stories on Monday, Black Cinderella described the video as an “insult to Kenyan girls.”

The on-air-personality (OAP) said while there are many Kenyans who support the singer’s craft, they would not condone his “embarrassing” actions.


“We all love your music but Portable zukwanuike (calm down). What you are doing in our country is embarrassing Kenya worldwide,” she wrote.

“We support your rubbish but not what you are doing to Kenyan girls and posting it online. The video Portable posted last night is not just embarrassing. It is an insult to us Kenyan girls.

“No matter how you feel Kenyans are cheap or quiet, when you overstay your welcome, we will throw you outside our country without mercy.

“The people that brought Portable into Kenya, I’m ashamed of you. Your business was to bring an artist to perform and make his money and leave. But daily, we are seeing the misuse of our girls, live abuse of drugs, and so many more disgusting videos online.”


The media personality also said she would back the lady in the viral video to take legal action against the musician.

“Find me the girl he embarrassed to file a complaint about the public humiliation. She will get not less than 2000 USD,” she added.

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