Habeeb Okikiola, the controversial singer fondly called Portable, has distributed food items to children on the streets.


The singer shared the footage via his Instagram page on Wednesday.

“Zazuu God sent Ika of Africa. Dr Zehnation many many inspiration,” he wrote.

In the video, Portable is seen inside his G-Wagon distributing packs of noodles, spaghetti, packaged oil, garri, rice, and many other food items to kids in his neighbourhood.


The 29-year-old singer also told the children to stand in line to collect the food items from his luxury car.


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The singer’s act of kindness has continued to garner attention and admiration from fans and the local community alike.

Last year, on the occasion of his birthday, Portable donated food items to an orphanage home in Lagos.


In commemoration of his special day, he gave out cartons of noodles, drinks, and biscuits to the less privileged children.

Portable gained popularity in December 2021 when he featured Olamide and Poco Lee for ‘Zazoo Zeh’, a song that became a street hop song.

The singer has continued to stir pots of unending controversies.

Portable recently said he didn’t perform at Bola Tinubu’s inauguration concert because he was “offered N5 million instead of N10 million.”


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