“I Will Retrieve Cars Bought For My Artists If They Leave My Record Label” – Portable Announce

“I Lost My Mum When I Was 13” – Controversial Musician, Portable Reveals

Habeeb Okikiola, the controversial Nigerian singer, who is popularly known as Portable, has made a commitment.

He vowed to recover cars bought for his artistes if they leave his record label, Zeh Nation, stating the cars are the record label’s properties and not theirs.

The ‘Zazu’ crooner also denoted that his artistes have not made more than N70,000 since joining his record label but he gifted them multi-million Naira cars.

In a recent Instagram live session with fans, Portable said, “Do you know how many record labels that have signed Abuga before I signed him and gave him fame? Use your brain bro. No enviousness. No ripping. Zeh Nation.

“However, I will collect all the cars I bought for Youngiduu and Abuga when they leave Zeh Nation. The cars are the record label’s properties. I’m the one promoting the record label. I’m the top artist of the record label. I’m the one making all the money for the record label.”

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