‘No come Lekki, or we go fight’, Portable warns TG Omori. TG Omori asked Nigerian street musician Habeeb Okikiola, better known by his stage name Portable, to make a song video for him.
This comes after TG Omori gave in to the musician’s demands on Tuesday in response to relentless daily insults on social media.
In order to film the video, he asked Portable for a song, but he didn’t say if it would be free or whether the $50,000 fee would be waived.
The lyrics of BNXN’s latest song “Gwagalada,” “Copy Copy, Change Your Pattern,” include Kizz Daniel and Seyi Vibez. TG Omori and Seyi Vibez are accused of mimicking Asake by Portable.
The two launched an Instagram live session on Wednesday in response to the suggestion.
Portable lamented the high expenditures of TG Omori and asserted that the director once again disliked him.
Later, he jokingly advised TG Omori not to visit Lekki or Sango out of concern for his safety because a battle would probably start if they crossed paths.
TG Omori said that his major objective is to generate money and that it wasn’t personal.
The two continued to dispute on Tuesday, with Portable accusing TG Omori of neglecting his pal 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.