Self-styled ‘wahala musician’ has called out his senior colleague, Bigiano for styling him with an okrika (second hand) jacket for a video shoot.
Photos of Portable in a cream colour jacket with Bigiano standing beside him surfaced on the internet recently.
Social media users subsequently began to drag Portable after someone made a video of the same jacket being sold by the roadside as okrika (second hand).
This was also made worse as the one behind the video claimed the ‘Zazu’ crooner patronised that particular seller.
Reacting to social media trolls, Portable made a post clarifying that he didn’t buy the jacket but was given to him by Bigiano’s stylist for a video shoot.
He called accused Bigiano of not showing him love for allowing his ‘aparo stylist’ to style him in an ‘aparo jacket’ even after he insisted that he had his own expensive costumes.
Speaking in Pidgin and Yoruba while employing a bit of street slangs, Portable said: “Hello Bigiano, you no show love o! You don scatter everything.
“I tell you that day say I get cloth, I get costume. Better better shoe….shoe awon Yahoo (Yahoo shoe)… shoe gben gben (big shoes)….ika lo wo (you are not a good person).
“Una wan package me. Una wan use packaging kill me, packaging (te ti fi pa awon ara asiwaju) you used to kill the ones before me.
“Now, see now. Your stylist, you bring aparo stylist con shoot video. Our video shooting, Bigiano, you bring aparo stylist come give me useless aparo, okrika jacket. Dem con go dey post super star.
“No be me use my money buy am, na Bigiano bring aparo stylist con shoot our video.
“Bigiano, you no show love. Na you cause this problem. Shebi we gather snap that picture ni? Why your aparo stylist no give you useless cloth? E come give me useless cloth. You no like me, you no show love.”
Born Babalola Oluwagbemiga Gabriel, Bigiano is a songwriter, singer, record producer, recording artist, and stage performer known for his block busting 2008 single “Shayo” which won Best Video, Best Cinematography and Viewers’ Choice of The Year Awards at the 2009 Sound City Music Video Awards. Continue Reading