“You’ve to Love Dis Guy”: Fans React as Portable Uses G-Wagon to Share Foodstuff in Trenches, Video Goes Viral

“You’ve to Love Dis Guy”: Fans React as Portable Uses G-Wagon to Share Foodstuff in Trenches, Video Goes Viral

  • Popular Streetpop sensation Portable has sparked reactions online after he shared clips of himself sharing noodles, spaghetti and other foodstuffs with kids in his neighbourhood
  • In the trending clip, the singer was seen conversing with the kids in his neighbourhood as he led them to a POS point to withdraw money to give them
  • The video has gone viral as fans react to it, hailing the singer for his philanthropic nature and for staying true to his roots

A video clip of the famous controversial Afro-street pop artist, Portable in the trenches has sparked reactions as it trends online.

The singer distributed foodstuffs like noodles, spaghetti, packaged oil, garri, rice and many other things to kids in his neighbourhood.

Photos of Portable sharing Indomie
Street-pop sensation Portable trends as clips of him sharing Indomie to kids in his neighbourhood from the back of his G-Wagon goes viral. Photo credit: @portablebaeby
Source: Instagram

In the viral clip, Portable was also seen conversing with the kids as he proves once again that he is indeed the king of Zazu (trenches).

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After sharing foodstuffs with the kids, Portable was seen leading his neighbourhood battalions to a POS point to withdraw money to give to them.

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However, the highlight of the clip that has got people talking the most online is that Portable was distributing the foodstuffs out of the boot of his G-Wagon.

Watch the viral clip below:

See how netizens reacted to the video of Portable sharing foodstuff to kids in the trenches


"Y’all can hate portable as much as y’all want but he is literally the only artist that gives back like this."


"Dis ur G-wagon dey sound lik engine wey dem dey use ground pepper I love ur duinz sha."


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"The wah portable dey let us know this Gwagon is nothing enh e dey sweet my belle❤️."


"If this guy buy mansion for lekki , he fit turn am to amala spot in weeks. Nothing they frick am . Doesn’t take life too serious like others.. brabus they share food. Some they treat am like egg ni.. enjoy your life while it last tomorrow isn’t guaranteed."


"Na Gwagon you dey use distribute noodles for street Omo lalomi."


"Some pastors go surprise say this guy go enter heaven before them if Jesus come o nice one omolalomi wey help us know say G wagon na normal car make we no run pass our shadow."


"First person to carry G Wagon Enter TRENCHES you’re a KING !!! Street wa take over."


"If you hate this man you need therapy."


"If you don’t like this guy I can tell you don’t like yourself also."

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“He will not last” “he is too razz” “money miss road” See him proving you all wrong."

I love Zazu - Celebrity fashion designer CEO Luminee says

After clips of Portable's philanthropic actions went viral, Legit.ng reached out to ace celebrity fashion designer about the singer's way of giving back to the street, and this was her response;

"I don't have much to say, but what I can tell you is I love Zazu."

We also spoke to a famous writer who is a massive fan of Zazu, Famakinwa Micheal, aka McCoy, and this is what he said:

"I keep saying it that God won't stop blessing Portable because he keeps making himself accessible to become the hope of these future stars."

Portable says to veteran Ebele Okaro, set to star in a movie together, clip trends

Meanwhile, Legit.ng recalls reporting how controversial Afro-street pop artist, Portable had shown once again that his talents are beyond just music as he is set to star in an upcoming Nollywood movie alongside veteran actors Ebele Okaro and Harry Anyanwu.

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However, in the viral clip of his exchange with Ebele Okaro, he tried to teach the veteran actress how to speak Yoruba after she told him she didn't understand the language.

The singer also showed the veteran how to do his famous 'Kala, Ma Rerin and Leju Pa' signature stances.

Source: Legit.ng

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