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Nigerian Tweeps React As OAP Slams Singer Portable For Embarassing Kenyan Women

Singer Portable
Singer Portable

Nigerian Twitter users have reacted after Kenyan On-Air Personality, Maureen Imbai also known as Black Cinderella, slammed Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiola popularly known as Portable for embarrassing Kenyan women.

The singer who is vacationing in Kenya had taken to his Instagram page to share a video of himself declining and telling a Kenyan lady who approached him that he did not come for ‘hookup’ but for money. The term ‘hook-up’ simply refers to transactional sex. 

The video which went viral sparked the reaction of many, Maureen inclusive. Taking to her Instagram story, Maureen called out the singer for berating Kenyan girls and suggested that the lady in the video should sue the singer for taking a video of her without consent.

She wrote, “Goodmorning Nairobi gist. I trust una dey okay. Today we start with Portable. We all love your music but Portable Zukwanuike. What you are doing in our country is embarrassing Kenya worldwide. First and foremost you are always talking Your biza biza me me rubbish. Since dem born me I never seen a noise maker that blow. We support your rubbish but not what you are doing to Kenyan girls and posting it online.

“The video portable posted last night is not just embarrassing. It is an insult to we Kenyan girls no matter how you feel Kenyans are cheap or quiet. When you over stay your welcome we will throw you outside our country without mercy. The people that brought Portable to Kenya I shame for you.

“Your business was to bring an artist to perform and make his money and leave. But daily we are seeing the misuse of our girls, live abuse of drugs and so many more disgusting videos online. If you think you can shit in Kenya. Then we will gather our yansh and shit on you back without apology. As a celebrity, there are normal things like girls throwing themselves at you for ‘hook-up’ or even they don’t want you to pay just status.

The OAP continued, “But you must be a native doctor from sambisa forest or a local fowl for you to be excited about the attention you are getting in Kenya. FIND ME THE GIRL HE EMBARRASSED TO FILE A COMPLAINT FOR THE PUBLIC HUMILIATION SHE WILL GET NOT LESS THAN 2000 USD.

“Worst of all since you came to Kenya you are the first celebrity that has not visited our national parks or even the giraffe centre or any tourism attraction sites and showcase Kenya. Meaning that as a foreigner you are useless. You came to benefit from our country and then you start to misbehave.

“Portable has overstayed his welcome. It is time to get out and go back to wherever the hell he came from if he likes he can park Shakila and go and blow her as the street pussy he is. 2 weyreys wey no get sense. PORTABLE NA STREET AMADIOKHA. The girl in Mombasa that was embarrassed should contact me immediately. He should pay you for recording you without your consent. Sharing the video with the intention of embarrassment and humiliation therefore causing you psychological Damages.”(sic)

Reacting to the call out by the Kenyan OAP, a Nigerian Twitter user said, @ladman Chase said, “#portable Ika boy, offspring awon Abacha. O Fun won ni leg over, o tun she ika fun won. Hate him, loath him, wash him, God passman. But remember life dey behind camera, waytin you see nah waytin you won see.”(sic)

Another user of the microblogging platform with the handle, @iamjaneextra said, “Is it just my ear or does it sound like it was the girl that rejected portable? #portable.”

Also @hollaoluwa tweeted, “#portable is the real definition of ‘daju and kala'”(sic)

The Twitter user @callmefrost2 opined, “#portable is trending while the food prices in this country be getting high. But we’re not ready for this conversation.”(sic)

The singer currently trends at the number five spot on the Nigerian Twitter space.

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