“Young Duu is still under my record label. I will collect royalties from his new song” — Portable warns Carter Efe (Video)

Nigerian controversial singer, Portable, lock horns with his fellow record label owner, Carter Efe, over the right to stream flow from Young Duu’s new release.

Young Duu’s new music dropped on all platforms today 8th November,  and has started doing numbers on each of the streaming sites.

Since  the song’s release, Portable has grown uncomfortable and has ranted to Carter Efe that he has a share in the potential income his former artiste  will make from the new hit.

Behind him in the video, are his signees and his loyal henchmen, throwing unwavering support at every of his words.

Watch video below:

We recall that Portable once said any artiste that wishes to sign Young Duu, must come through him and pay a fee before his young starlet could be freed.

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