‘Copy copy, change your pattern’ Portable accuses TG Omori, Seyi Vibez of copying Asake. Controversial Nigerian singer Portable has once again taken over social media with a new call-out on Seyi Vibez’s.
Jumping on the bandwagon and making the comparison, Portable said on his Instagram page on Tuesday that the “Chance” hitmaker was copying Asake’s musical aesthetic.
He asserted that Seyi Vibez consistently mimics Asake’s behavior.
The Zazuu Crooner also criticized TG Omori, a renowned cameraman and music video director, for neglecting his friend Asake in favor of Seyi Vibez.
As he criticizes TG Omori and Seyi Vibez, he also speaks about artificial love in the entertainment world.
“Change pattern make dem no see you finish,” he said. Na so TG Omori see Asake complete. He was filming a video for Asake when, out of the blue, he noticed that Seyi Vibez was popular. He immediately ran to see Seyi Vibez, who was copying Asake.
Do not be Asake pattern Seyi Vibez? city has no love. Dem don’t see my copy and paste work. Sing your own tune; I have my own tune to sing. Why do they act that way? Fake love is big business.
Seyi Vibez’s reputation and support have grown after the release of his 2022 album “Billion Dollar Baby.” The record launched his mainstream career, and he hasn’t looked back since.
Hours after Asake dropped a brand-new song titled “Yoga,” the street-pop phenomenon Seyi Vibez also gave fans a sneak peek of his next single via his Instagram account on Monday.