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Lawyers fume as Portable performs at NBA conference, climbs pole (Video)



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Controversial singer, Portable is in the news again for his latest stunt at the NBA conference on Thursday.

The fast-rising singer performed at the ongoing Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) annual general conference at MKO Abiola Stadium in Abuja.

In an unsurprising move during his performance, Portable, who was shirtless, climbed one of the huge poles erected at the conference venue.

In the viral clips, the singer was seen climbing the pole as lawyers looked on in dismay and shouted in fear, but he didn’t bait an eye to their screams.

Some lawyers, who were left disappointed with his performance were seen walking out of the conference.

Many expressed displeasing at the choice of Portable as a special guest artiste at a highly respectable event.

Lawyers, who had waited hours for the program to start were left stunned when Portable was unveiled as the artiste of the night, which many deemed the biggest NBA-AGC closing party ever.

Those who were disgusted by his presence left the event murmuring.

This isn’t the first time, the singer has pulled a stunt at a concert.

Portable creates a scene as he climbs ladder to perform at an event

Some months back, Portable had created a scene at a live concert as he performed on ladder.

A video posted online showed the father of four climbing a ladder to perform. When Portable got to the top of the ladder, he held on to a battalion of tyres that had been created for him.

Portable’s epileptic move during a live show

Adding more, Nigerians once had a field day reacting to a viral clip of his epileptic dance moves.

The controversial Portable shared videos of himself on his verified Instagram page, dancing aggressively while trying to please his fans.

Portable’s epileptic dance led to mixed reactions online as many find his behavior funny while some thought it was a ‘mental’ issue on the singer’s side.

Sharing the videos on Instagram, Portable claimed he was only delivering what he had been paid to do.