“Music is do or die for me, I don’t have a plan B” – Portable
Habeeb Okikiola popularly known as Portable, Nigerian street-hop artist from, claims he does not have a backup plan in case music does not work out for him.
This was disclosed by him in a post on his Instagram page, where he also stated that his music career success was a life or death situation.
The Zazuu star went on to say that he could fight his war alone, without assistance from colleagues or partners in the business.
Additionally, Portable advised his followers to develop their independence because only they are capable to changing their circumstances.
He wrote;“I don’t a have PLAN B, It’z do or Die. A lion never looks back Aja Longbo. I can fight my own battle alone #IKA OF AFRIKA# Album loading…Una Go Shock As he dey hot.
Hustle first, enjoy after. Everybody know the matter Enu Kiniun Lowo Wa 👌 Learn to be alone not everyone will stay forever only you can change your situation 🦾Pray for Grace.”
Recently the controversial musician advised his fans within and outside Nigeria not to envy him.
He shared the advise on his official Instagram page, adding that while happiness can breed envy, he doesn’t want that to be the case in his own situation.
It would be better, according to Portable, if people stopped enviously wishing for their own success and instead prayed for him to achieve it.
The father of three continued by claiming that he is a natural celebrity who does not ask to be noticed. The Zazuu celebrity thereafter declared himself to be the King of Street Music.
He wrote; ”Happiness invites envy. Don’t envy me but pray for success to come your way . I am born star !
Morning Star ! Omo ologo Star ⭐️ don’t beg to shine Kinimah Dr ZEH Nation IKA OF AFRICA ANIKULETI Wahala Musician King Of the Street Music 👑 Oti Loo International Supers Star 🌟 Na who die no go wake 👌 I still wake up today 🙏🙏🙏thank God for yesterday.”