“Please forgive me if I stop spraying money on street” – Portable begs fans after EFCC sends Bobrisky to jaiil (Video)

Habeeb Okikiola, a well-known Nigerian musician also known as Portable, has stirred up some online chatter with his recent responses to the arrest of the controversial crossdresser, Bobrisky. The Federal High Court in Lagos sentenced Bobrisky to six months in prison without the possibility of a fine for currency-related offenses. The sentencing occurred after Bobrisky pleaded guilty to the charges, following his prior arrest by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).

Since Bobrisky’s arrest, many Nigerians on social media have been tagging the EFCC in posts containing video clips of other celebrities engaging in what seems like even more egregious acts of Naira abuse. However, Portable, known for his philanthropic deeds, released a video urging his fans to stop spraying Naira notes on the streets. The ‘Zazuu Zeh’ singer explained that while he used to shower money on his fans as a form of protection, he has decided to cease this practice. Instead, he now transfers money directly to his fans’ bank accounts, citing fear of government officials. He stated, “After God, it’s the government. Please forgive me if you have videos of me spraying money; I won’t be doing it anymore.” His announcement sparked significant reactions as social media users shared their thoughts in the comment section.

Some reactions are shown below:

scoobynero said, “He stating facts ! Cause e know Nigerians 😂”.

aotlekan said, “Money is my bouncer, money is my security. Make I use this one hold body this morning. 😂😂😂😂😂”.

timeless_cyril said, “Portable just said the real fact. After God na government”.

thejohnnycrown said, “He drop quit disclaimer! Love my Guy portable !! 😂😂”.

suc_sexyluv said, “This guy Sabi hold this internet down …I give it to you portable 😂 sense or nonsense sha stay relevant button 😂 🕊️ n ❤️”.

Sources: Infotrend.com.ng