Portable said he initially signed a contract to perform his hit track in Osogbo. He said things however took a different turn when he arrived in Osogbo and he was taken to APC Office.
He said after he was offered money, he accepted to campaign for the party and it was strictly because of the money that was involved. According to him, he was paid N10 million for the gig. He however lamented that ever since the campaign, he has been receiving death threats.
He said he supports both the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the All Progressives Congress (APC). He added that he once released a track for the PDP Candidate, Ademola Adeleke when he first contested in 2018. He said all he did in Osogbo was business. He said he was paid and he delivered.
Portable said some people threatened to kill him if he comes to Lekki, all because of the campaign. He said the death threats are becoming too much, so he needed to open up.
Regarding his earlier statement about being one of the founders of one million boys, Portable said he was misconstrued by people. He said he was only boasting of his one million fans in the video. He said he didn’t mean that he founded one million boys.
“Please I do not know any one million boys. I only know one million fans. If I say one million boys, they are my fans. There are one million girls as well. They are my fans. I do music for living, this is my studio.”
Portable issued the disclaimer shortly after the Inspector General of Police, Usman Baba ordered probe of the singer.
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