Call Him To Order – Netizens Drag Obi Cubana, Olamide Over Controversial Act, Portable


Following Nigerian singer, Portable’s unguarded statements about being the founder of the infamous Ajah Boys and One Million Boys syndicate that terrorized Lagos residents during the pandemic, Nigerians have called on notable faces, Olamide and Obi Cubana who co-signed the singer’s reigns to call him to order.

Portable in a now-deleted video confessed to being a top-ranking member of the crime gangs known to terrorize the Ajah axis of Lagos state as well as Agege, and mainland environs of the state.

The video has however sparked outrage on social media as netizens call on the authorities to investigate Portable’s claims as well as holding famous people who endorsed his emergence in late December responsible for what many termed as ‘Menace‘ – Olamide hopped on Portable’s Zazu song that saturated the airwaves last Christmas – Obi Cubana would later give the Zazu crooner a reported sum of N50 million to endorse his locally brewed gin, Odogwu Bitters.

6 months after his breakout, Portable has now become a mainstay for controversies and chaos. His two co-signers are now being called upon to nip him by the bud.

See reactions below:

Daniel Regha wrote: Olamide needs to caution Portable, & Obi Cubana needs to do the same since he’s representing his brand; Portable is constituting a nu!sance lately. The police should also arrest Portable immediately, & bring him to justice for saying he founded the One Million Boys robbery gang.

Another tweep wrote: Obi Cubana needs to strip Portable off that ambassadorship and the law needs to pick the loud mouth. Can’t his management get him to stay of social media?

Mbahdeyforyou wrote: Before olamide go help any artiste again dem go submit doctors report

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