In a candid outpouring of his grievances directed at his protege, Young Duu, the entertainer known as Portable, or Habeeb Okikiola by his real name, spilled the beans about the rocky road he’s had to navigate to maintain his place in the spotlight after a fleeting taste of stardom.
Portable reminisced about the days when Olamide catapulted him into the spotlight, acknowledging the significant role his mentor played in his career’s inception. However, he was quick to emphasize that he’s been steering his own ship ever since, determined to forge his own path without constantly seeking assistance.
One point that Portable underscored with a tinge of frustration was the self-reliance that he had to develop when no one else was willing to extend a helping hand.
He lamented that the kind of handouts and privileges that Young Duu enjoyed, including the luxury of a car, never came his way.
Adding an extra layer of salt to his grievances, Portable revealed a frustrating encounter with Olamide.
After Olamide’s feature on one of his tracks, Portable reached out, seeking a remix of their collaboration. Much to his disappointment, the response he encountered was a deafening silence, highlighting a sense of unreciprocated loyalty.