Kogbagidi, Nigerian music promoter, has expressed anger against Habeeb Okikiola, the fast-rising singer better known as Portable.


Portable gained traction with his hit track ‘Zazoo Zeh’ featuring Olamide, the rapper, and Poco Lee, the dancer.

He had called out Poco Lee for allegedly ripping him off his money and receiving credit for their hit track.

Portable had also shared a video where he claimed that Poco Lee was trying to rip him off his song credit.


Two nights ago, Portable had performed with Wizkid, Olamide, and Poco Lee.

While Portable danced, Wizkid could be seen throwing some dollars at him, with Poco Lee said to have picked up the money.

In his rant, Portable claimed that Wizkid threw up to $3,000 but Poco Lee gave him only $600.


He also dissed the dancer for putting his name first in the arrangement of the song.

In a video reacting to the development, Kogbagidi “strongly disapproved” of Portable’s actions.

The show promoter went ahead to state that he was sending the singer packing from their hotel “for now”.

“Unruly and unprofessional conduct is always expected from upcoming,” Kogbagidi wrote in the video‘s caption.


“You never can tell what goes on in their mind or head . Am shocked and embarrassed at this point. Do I need to fix your career and your head at the same time?”

In his response, Portable took to his Instagram page to apologise for his actions.

“My sincere apologies goes out to my benefactors @olamide @poco_lee and @kogbagidi. I am in the learning process. I know better now. Kindly forgive me and pardon the street in me,” he wrote.

“Much love and appreciation to all my fans , words cannot express my feelings right now.


“Thanks for the intervention and words of comfort. Now I know am not in this journey alone . Love you guys . I will never let you down again. Expect more from your boy.”

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