WATCH as Zaazu singer, Portable reacts to his disqualification as a nominee of music award show, Headies

Singer, Portable, Reacts To Headies Disqualification Zaazu singer, Portable, has reacted to his disqualification as a nominee of music award show, Headies.

His disqualification was announced on Tuesday by the awards organisers. He was disqualified for being the subject of criminal investigation by police. In a new video on his Instagram page after the disqualification, he boasted about having fans and influence.

Portable said, “Street has taken over. I’ve got people, I know people, I have fans, one million fans. “I’m street, no ripping…if you don’t know how to sing again, stop. I have no competition. Don’t buy awards.”

Zaazu singer, Portable, has reacted to his disqualification as a nominee of music award show, Headies.

“The decision to disqualify Mr Okikiola is accentuated by series of misdemeanors by Mr Okikiola via his social media platforms,” organisers of the Headies, Smooth Promotions Limited, said in a statement,

In May, Portable had threatened to cause harm to other nominees in the categories he was nominated for if he did not emerge the winner.

A video surfaced online in June showing Portable assaulting and inflicting body harm on another person.

Portable, earlier this month, also published a video on social media stating that he is the founder of the notorious group, ‘One Million Boys’.

“We shall not condone reckless and uncouth statements from artists and hereby disassociate ourselves from any individual linked to such assembly or activities linked to him as described,” the Headies said.

“The music industry demands all-round excellence. it is extremely important for young artists being potential role models to exude professional responsibility, proper decorum and have respect for others.”

Portable had been nominated for two categories: Best Street Artist and Rookie of the Year.

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