‘This guy needs help’ – Reactions as Portable Omolalomi inks new tattoos on his face

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Habeeb Okikiola, better known as Portable Omolalomi, a controversial singer, has received backlash from netizens as he inks new tattoos in Cyprus.

The Zazuu star, who recently stormed the country for his concert, decided to go for a different look, opting for some new works of art on his face.

Portable could be seen sitting on a chair in a video shared on his Instagram page while a White man gave him the drawings he wanted.

These come as additions to the already existing tattoos all over the crooner’s body.

Captioning the post, he wrote: “ZAZUU IKA OF AFRICA. Actually best tattoo guy in Cyprus”

In reaction to this, cybernauts faulted the singer over his new look and called him all sorts of names.

Toolz wrote: Portable sue the tattoo artist. Did he use gravel?

Like_Felicity wrote: Portable effortlessly doing his village people’s work by himself.

Stanley Eke wrote: It may sound like a cliche but at this point, this Portable guy really needs some phycological and psychiatric help. Sending him love and light.

Portable “Omolalomi,” gained prominence after the release of his first song ZaZoo Zeh, featuring popular singer Olamide and dancer Poco Lee. Many might see him as a newbie, but Zazuu Portable has been in the music industry for some years.

Portable is rumored to have been in the music industry for almost a decade despite being considered an upcoming artist.

Interestingly, a lot of people know the Zazuu Zeh lyrics, but they really don’t know the Zazu meaning. It is actually derived from a female name in the Hebrew language, which is a variation of the Hebrew name Zaza. Zazu is also identified as a form of the Zaza movement, which is already coming to light considering the reception given to the song in the country and other African countries.

Portable was born on March 12, 1994, he celebrated his 28th birthday in 2022.

He is also known in the street as “Wahala” Musician, Shaku Shaku and Street Problem. He is from Abeokuta in Ogun State, where he spent his childhood with his family. Nothing much has been revealed about his educational background.

He had his primary and secondary education in Ogun State. He revealed in one of his many interviews that he dropped out of school to pursue his music career.



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