Nigerian controversial music star, singer Habeeb Okikiola, aka Portable Zazu recently dropped a video of him driving some hours after the 15th Headies Awards took place in the US.
Recall that, Portable was disqualified from this year’s Headies awards after threatening other nominees in his category. ,
After the 15th Headies Award took place in the US, singer Portable Zazu shared a video of him driving as he said he was not in a competition with anyone.
The upcoming singer, who was disqualified from this year’s Headies Awards, said he is human and he is not perfect Portable also prayed to God to provide him with a helper who wouldn’t mind his character; the video has stirred reactions from the singer’s fans.
Portable, had apologized to the organizers of Headies Awards following his reckless comment on death threat.
His apology was issued days after he was disqualified from participating in the awards.
Portable in a video post, stated, “Headies, make una no vex.”
The Zazu crooner encouraged fans to vote, saying, “Okay, keep voting, keep voting. Headies Awards.
The organizers had stated that the singer was the founder of ‘One million Boys’, a suspected cult group in Lagos.
Headies organizers stated, “The decision to disqualify Mr Okikiola is accentuated by a series of misdemeanors by Mr Okikiola via his social media platforms.
“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 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.”
Reacting to his disqualification, Portable said: “I am a child of light. I have fame, I have money, I have cars, I have wives, I have children. I am rich. People know me everywhere. I don’t regret my actions”, the singer said in a video while being caressed by his new wife.”
Best Street Artist and Rookie of the Year were the two categories in which Portable was nominated.