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Portable Accuses Music Promoter, Kogbagidi Of Constantly Cheating Him

(AFRICAN EXAMINER) – Singer, Habeeb Okikiola, popularly known as Portable, who became a sensation after his hit single titled, ‘Zazu Zeh’, on which he featured rapper, Olamide Adedeji, aka Baddo, and popular dancer, Iwe Pascal, popularly known as Poco Lee, went viral on social media about a month ago, has had another faceoff with his promoter, Quadri Taoreed, aka Kogbagidi, for the second time in less than three weeks.

In a video that went viral on social media on Thursday, January 6, 2022, Portable accused Kogbagidi of taking the SUV he was recently gifted by a fan. The singer who wielded a baseball bat could be heard at the top of his voice asking Kogbagidi to return the car, while also alleging that he had ‘settled’ him on several occasions by giving him money on different occasions. He said, “I gave you $500 and N500,000 twice. You have ripped me off. You know that you are a ripper.”

Portable also asked Kogbagidi to let him know where he stood in the scheme of things. In response

to Portable’s rant, Kogbagidi asked the singer if he knew how much expenses he had made for his sake. “Do you know how much I have invested in you?” Kogbadi asked as they both sat in a car. He however apologised to Portable, telling him not to be furious.

Meanwhile, less than 24 hours later, Portable shared a video of him and Kogbagidi on Instagram. In the video, Portable hailed Kogbagidi, referring to him as his boss, while adding that they would always reconcile as often as they have disagreements.

Recall that the ‘Zazu Zeh’ singer had earlier clashed with Kogbagidi and Poco Lee, accusing them of taking undue credit for his song and allegedly coveting $2400 out of the $3000 which Grammy award singer, Ayo Balogun, aka Wizkid, ‘sprayed’ on him on stage during a live performance at Wizkid’s Lagos concert.


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