Thank God Omori, also known as TG Omori, is a music and video director who has responded to singer Portable.
Creebhills reported that Portable had confronted the video director about the exorbitant fees he had charged him for his music video.
Portable vented on Instagram, revealing that the professional video director had charged him $50,000 to direct the music video for his diss track on Apostle Suleman.
Portable wondered if Omori wasn’t the same person who shot the ‘Zazoo’ music video but didn’t charge the ridiculous amount. The father of four informed the director that there are numerous video directors eager to direct his videos at no cost.
The Zazoo crooner wondered if he was being patronized by dead people and ritualists, claiming that the music industry has a caucus.
Portable promised to shoot the video without him, citing how his assistant would not be bothered to assist him.
“No be you shoot Zazoo video and I said let me meet you. Many people want to shoot video for me. I am not well, you don’t know that I am mad. $50,000 because of what? Me self have madness.
Shey dead people or ritualists are the ones shooting video from you. You dey whine Jesus. Industry has cacus. Do you want me to do ritual? Is that what you use to shoot video for Asake and Olamide? Who go hep me no go stress me. One day I go reach that level. I go shoot that video without you”.
TG Omori replies Portable
Replying on the micro blogging platform, Twitter, TG Omori told those close to the singer to let him know that he shot ‘Zazoo’ for free.
He stressed on how he shot the video without collecting a dime, and yet keeping mute over it.
TG Omori mocked Portable for having a video without the knowledge of how the video was shot. Yet, he is calling him out over a discounted price.
“Somebody tell Portable Zazoo was a free video. Did it without ever mentioning a word. Bruh has a video and never knew how it came about. But hsi calling me out for a discounted price.