“How I go give TG Omori N37m when family never chop” – Portable blows hot (video)

“How I go give TG Omori N37m when family never chop” – Portable blows hot (video)

Controversial Portable, a Nigerian singer, has revisited the fee video director TG Omori charged him to shoot a music video.

He had previously contacted Omori about shooting a video for one of his songs, and he had stated that the fee is $50,000. (N37 million).

The Zazuu star took to Instagram to complain about the fee, wondering why the director was charging so much.

Portable stated that Omori had begun to stress him out and used one of his favorite lines, noting that someone who wishes to help another person would not be stressed.

In a video, he shared screenshots of their chats and responded to Omori with voice notes complaining about the money being too high.

Portable accused Omori in a new video of shooting a poor video for his breakout hit, Zazuu Zeh, so that his tattoo did not show in the finished work.

He stated that he cannot afford to pay someone N37 million for a music video when members of his family rely on him for daily sustenance.

The founder of the Zeh Nation stated that he knows his family and is not insane enough to make such a grave error.


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