Former signee of Portable’s record label, Zeh Nation, Young Duu, has come forward to accuse the controversial singer of forcing him into the role of a car cleaner.
Moreover, Young Duu claims that he was physically assaulted by Portable during his time at the record label.
These allegations surfaced in response to Portable’s accusations that Young Duu betrayed him after he had assisted him in attaining fame.
It is worth noting that Portable had previously cautioned Young Duu against severing the ladder he used to succeed, as it may be needed in the future.
Reacting to his former boss’ accusations, Young Duu maintained that he didn’t cut any “ladder,” stressing that he left Zeh Nation in search of success.
Speaking during an Instagram Live session with fans, Young Duu said, “I did not break any ladder. For those people that know me, I did not break any ladder. The ladder is still strong there. The person that owns the ladder said I should cut the ladder but I refused. Now, he’s saying I’m the one who wants to break the ladder.
“I did not break any ladder. I’m not backstabbing Portable. I’m out for success. I don’t think I did anybody bad. I left Zeh Nation for success. It’s just a help that Portable gave me.
“For how long? Na now una know say… Bro, no whine me o! Make we just forget about all these things. I don’t have much things to say online…Make una [netizeens] know wettin una dey tok. When I dey wash cars, when I dey suffer, when dem dey beat me, when dem dey slap me, when dem dey hit me, where una dey that time?”