I’m very rich, own 30 mansions – Portable brags

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Portable, the controversial singer, also known as Habeeb Okikiola, has confidently declared his immense wealth by stating that he is a discreet millionaire.

According to him, he possesses approximately 30 exquisite mansions situated in various locations across Lagos and Ogun states.

In addition to his financial success, the talented artist shared his dedication to philanthropy during an interview on the Afrobeats Podcast with Adesope Olajide.

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Portable explained that his generosity towards the less fortunate contributes to his growing prosperity, as he believes that giving to the impoverished leads to his own personal enrichment.

He said, “I’m a superstar, man of the people. People come to me for aid and I have to give them because the more I give them, the more I blow.

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“I have a lot of money. The amount of money I spray… I’m not normal but I get 30 mansions. I have houses in Abule-Egba, Ikeja, Sango-Otta, and Abeokuta. I just bought the houses down because of tomorrow. Nobody knows that I’m the owner of those houses.”

Furthermore, Portable emphasized the lucrative nature of the music industry, comparing the earnings derived from music to a form of mystical money-making ritual.

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He proudly proclaimed that his financial standing surpasses that of many of his peers in the industry, accusing them of projecting false lifestyles on social media platforms.

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