“Dem Wan Give Me N5m Instead of N10m”: Portable Zazu Shares Why He Didn’t Perform at Inauguration Concert
- Singer Portable Zazu, in a new video, opened up on why he was not among those who performed at the recent inauguration concert
- The Zazu crooner shared how he was told he would be paid N5 million instead of the N10 million that was billed for his performance
- Portable bragged about how he worked for the emergence of Bola Tinubu as president-elect despite being dragged online
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Street Pop singer and Zeh Nation label boss, Portable Zazu, has opened up on why he didn't perform at the Bola Tinubu inauguration concert, which took place on Thursday, May 25, in Abuja.
Portable, who was a staunch supporter of the president-elect, Tinubu, during the 2023 election period, slammed other artists who performed at the event. He said many of them didn't openly support Tinubu as he did during the pre-election period.
The Zazu star recounted how he was repeatedly dragged for supporting Tinubu only to be left out.
In the video he posted on his Instagram page, Portable also shared how his manager was contacted before the show and was told he would be paid N5 million while N10 million was billed for his performance.
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In his words: "Middle man say na 10 million them drop but na 5 million go reach Portable hand."
The Zazu crooner revealed he rejected the offer.
Watch the video below;
Netizens react as Portable reveals why he didn't perform at Tinubu's inauguration concert
Legit.ng captured some of the reactions, see them below:
"Na lie ..dem no call or invite you ..shush away."
"His always making sense Ein just get irrational ways to Express situations."
"If na spyro e for collect the money portable too get pride."
"Na tinubu you won fight?? Abi Na see finish cux this one ."
"OGa relax na u bring job 5milion no do u pele dey play you o o how much others collect forget about iG people are broke codedly."
Lege Miami cries out after his phone was stolen in Abuja
Lege Miami took to social media to lament about his phone and his manager's, stolen in Abuja.
Lege, who was in the country's capital for the inauguration concert, which took place on Thursday, May 25, at the MKO Abiola stadium, said his iPhone 13 Pro Max and an iPhone 12 belonging to his manager were stolen.
The actor, who has a platform where he hooks up singles with interested partners, went on to beg his fans not to contact him via the stolen phone.