Controversial artiste, Habeeb Okikiola better known as Portable caused a stir at a recent music event when he lost control after allegedly taking drugs....CONTINUE READING
According to reports, he allegedly consumed an advances strain of marijuana known as Colorado without eating any food and it affected him.
Portable was said to have been destabilised by the effect of Colorado and began to go gaga while performing at the show.
A video making the rounds on social media shows the moment bouncers and other people were trying to hold the singer as he was displaying ‘madness’.
At a point he went down to the floor and acted as if he wanted to lie down while still exhibiting weird behaviour.
Sharing a video, an Instagram blog wrote; ‘‘Zazu don zeh ooo😂Life of ika Nation 😮a r£port just reach me now that our Nigeria lil Wynne take c0l0rado without food omoh‼️this one na yawa oooo but he go dey alright.”
In other entertainment news, singer Goya Menor has said that the first time he heard of the name, Portable, he didn’t know that he was an artiste.
The Headies ‘Best Street-Hop’ winner stated in an interview with Saturday Beats that the first thought which came to his mind was that portable was a rat poison.
Recall that when he won the award, Portable called him out, saying he had only one hit song and he was not popular.
The Zazuu star was nominated in the same category but organisers disqualified him after h threatened to harm his co-nominees if the award was given to any of them.
Menor and Portable have been attacking each other online in the past few days to the extent that threats have been flying back and forth.
When asked about his reaction after being called out by the controversial artiste, the Ameno hit maker claimed that he did not know the singer.
He said; “Is that the name of a rat poison? I don’t think I have heard that name before in my life. As for other artistes in the same category with me, shout out to them all; especially those that congratulated me.”
Also speaking on getting his first Headies award, Menor said; “I felt good. At least, there was a high level of transparency. In less than a year of being in the music industry, winning the Headies is a big one for me.”