Renowned street artist Portable is marking the first anniversary of his bestowed title, Amuludun of Sango Ota in Ogun State.
The musician has shared a celebratory video on his Instagram, which showcases the presence of dignitaries, including Ogundabede, the king of Ogun State.
Notably, the video features his primary wives and other prominent figures from the region. Portable is recognized for his penchant for strong language, as he humorously labels everyone in Nigeria as “criminals.”
In his post, he writes: “Happy one year anniversary to Akoi AMULUDUN of Tigbo Sango Ota Awori Land. Salutations to the esteemed OGUNDABEDE Kings and fellow doings, including @tayecurrency_official, the Baba Oba. We are all in the same criminal league ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ IKA Family.”
Watch the captivating video below:
Daniel Regha didn’t hesitate to comment, indirectly criticizing Portable’s lack of proper education due to his decision to drop out of school for his music career. He urged Portable to reconsider and return to school promptly.
His comments read: “Portable, your choice to drop out of school for your music career seems unwise. I strongly recommend that you prioritize education, gain knowledge, and gather experiences. This will greatly benefit you, as education opens doors that money alone cannot. It’s an investment for life.”
Furthermore, Daniel expressed concerns about Portable’s behavior, citing that he’s excessively loud and disrespectful considering his novice status in the music industry. He pointed out the Agege incident, highlighting that it could have escalated dangerously if Small Doctor hadn’t intervened on time. Daniel sees Portable as problematic, yet he’s puzzled by the public’s continual enthusiasm for him, deeming the situation as pitiful.