Popular street-hop singer, Habeeb Okikiola, also known as Portable, has shown another side to his personality than just being controversial.
He shared a motivational quote to fans on how they can secure their success by ensuring it does not end up in the wrong hands.
Portable, in a video posted on social media, advised people not to make the mistake of putting the keys to their success in the pocket of another person.
The Zazuu star, who often speaks in Yoruba language, however, dished out the advise in English language.
He noted that he is not coversant with speaking Queen’s English but he was willing to try and speak properly. After dropping the quote, Portable then began singing in his usual style.
“Never put the key to your success in someone else’s pocket o. I don’t know English but I will try,” he said.
Watch the video below:
Reacting, IG user zvynbaker wrote: Thank you for this portable Especially that Wa part. It has helped me.
xcentod: Make I use this one hold body..
mikkytorino: Incase you didn’t hear what he said “Never put the keys of you success in someone else’s pocket.
horlabeezyperfumery1: Plenty things don happen inside Abule Abeg, don’t put your perfume where your friends will steal it oo, just tell them to come buy theirs.
In other news, Nigerian singer, Jaywon has said that Portable is twice as big as Afropop artiste, CKay in Nigeria.
He made the comparison while talking about the growth and popularity of CKay on Jahbless Original Intelligence podcast.
Jahbless revealed that Ckay is the Nigerian artiste with the highest number of subscribers on YouTube, beating industry giants like Wizkid and Burna Boy.
He also opined that the Love Nwantiti hit-maker is not big in the country and Jaywon agreed, adding that Portable is bigger than him in two folds.
They went on to wonder why Ckay is having large streaming numbers and followership despite not being the biggest artiste, and Jaywon said that it is because Afrobeats is now global and not restricted to Nigeria.
Jaywon, in a bid to buttress his point said his biggest song on Spotify is being streamed the most by fans in Auckland and Australia.
He reiterated Ckay is very popular outside the country because the Afrobeats as a genre is off Nigeria and now a globally accepted form of music.