Habeeb Okikiola, a.k.a Portable Omolalomi, a Nigerian artist, has reversed his deal with the All Progressives Congress, APC.
Taking to Instagram, the musician, who previously said that he was paid to campaign for the All Progressive Congress during the Osun elections, stated that his life is in danger.
The Zazu crooner insisted that he never intended to advocate for the APC, but rather was invited to a gig and then found himself in the APC office, where he was forced to accept the agreement, thus money was involved.
He further charged the party with a breach of contract by neglecting to pay him his outstanding debt. Portable later distanced himself from the cult group ‘One Million Boys,’ which he claimed to have found.
He captioned the video:
“THIS HAS COME TO AN END, AND I MUST VOICE OUT… PLEASE, EVERYONE, I WANT TO LET YOU KNOW THAT I DIDN’T MEAN TO CAMPAIGN FOR APC; IT WAS A SHOW THEY TOLD ME I WAS GOING TO BEFORE I SAW MYSELF IN APC OFFICE, AND AS A MAN, I GATS TO DO THE JOB BECAUSE IT INVOLVED MONEY. AND BY 1 MILLION BOYS, I MEANT 1 MILLION FOLLOWERS. PEOPLE ARE ENDANGERING MY LIFE, AND YOU SHOULD ALL LOOK INTO IT.
I AM PORTABLE OMOLALOMI, AND I MAKE MUSIC FOR A LIVING.