Popular Nigerian street artiste, Portable has spoken about the ill-treatment he received at his former record label after a n3ked video of him was shared online while he was accused of phone theft.
This is coming amidst the fight for justice over the demise of 27-year-old singer, Mohbad who was allegedly treated badly by his former record label, Marlian Music owned by singer, Naira Marley.
It would be recalled that a video of Portable paraded n3ked once circulated the internet space right after his fame.
The Zazuu crooner was allegedly accused of stealing a phone by his former record label even though Portable gave a counter-narrative stating that he was framed after declaring intentions to exit the label.
Reflecting on the series of attacks faced by the late 27-year-old Mohbad at the hands of Marlian Music, Portable hinted at once being a victim too.
“Una see my n3ked video online wey record label do me, them say i thief phone for this industry. You must do something before you become something. ARTISTS WEY NEVER BLOW COME DEY THANK GOD FOR LIFE. Why Anytime this video comes up I feel sad,” he wrote.
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