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“You should call him to order or he will go down with your Odogwu Bitters” Obi Cubana receives warnings over Portable’s recent outbursts

Twitter user tells Obi Cubana to call Portable to order

It is no longer news that fast rising singer, Habeeb Okikiola popularly known as Portable has been denting his image with his questionable actions.

The singer who is known for his controversial lifestyle got tongues wagging as he took to his Instagram page to make a shocking revelation.

Kemi Filani reported that the ‘Zazuu’ crooner created fresh trouble for himself and his career when he emphatically claimed he was the one that formed one million boys and Ajah boys group.

The video generated angry reactions from Nigerians who called him out for his barbaric behaviour and unbridled tongue that would lead him to jail.

The Inspector General of Police had ordered the probe of Portable’s one million boys statement, and this will no doubt create a dent in his budding career.

Taking to Twitter, a lady had called out Obi Cubana to call the singer to order.

For her, after seeing Portable’s picture this weekend, she doesn’t desire to drink Odogwu Bitters anymore.

“Obi Cubana you should call Portable to order or he will go down with your Odogwu Bitters. After seeing his picture this weekend, I really don’t want to drink the Odogwu Bitters in my Fridge. What utter rubbish”.

Kemi Filani news recalls in May, that Portable had bagged a mouth watering endorsement deal with billionaire businessman, Obi Cubana’s new business, Odogwu Bitters.

The billionaire and philanthropist spread his business wings into the world of herbs and had been campaigning massively to create awareness about his products.

From signing Zubby Micheal and actress Omoni Oboli, Portable was the newest brand ambassador to his company.

The billionaire paid heavily to have the sensational singer as the face of his brand.

Portable who had released a song solely for the product announced the good news on his Instagram page.

He revealed that he was paid a whopping N50million for the endorsement deal.

Obi Cubana and Portable
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