Singer Portable bags chieftaincy title in Ogun state [Video]

Controversial singer, Habeeb Okikiola, popularly known as Portable, has been conferred with a chieftaincy title in Ogun state.

The 28-year-old Zazu Zeh hitmaker was honored with the title of Amuludun of Tigbo, Aworiland.

Taking to his Instagram page to celebrate his latest achievement Portable shared photos and videos from his coronation ceremony.

“Akoi AMULUDUN, Thank God for the blessings everyday . Akoi Grace  Omolalomi Badmus CEO Dr ZEH Nation  Chief AMULUDUN Of TIGBO AWORI Land  AMULUDUN Sebi Oba  ZAzuu>. Na GOD dey run am Thank GOD say man no be God”. He wrote.

This comes after Portable apologised to the organisers of the 2022 Headies Awards after he was disqualified over threat to kill co-nominees and controversial claims he formed ‘One Million Boys’.

Portable’s nonstop controversial utterances on social media resulted in him being disqualified by organizers of the coveted Nigerian award show.

According to the award organizers,

“The music industry demands all-round excellence, and it is extremely important for young artists being potential role models to exude professional responsibility, proper decorum and have respect for others.”

In a video shared online, Portable, who was nominated for – ‘Rookie of the Year’ and ‘Best Street-Hop Artiste,’ tendered his apology to the organisers and urged his fans to keep voting.

“Headies, make una no vex. They say make i change character, okay, my fans keep voting for me. Keep voting Zazu fans, i got money, I know people, my people got money.”

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