Clout or Conviction? Singer’s Exposure of “Charm Attacks” Sparks Debate about Desperation and Divine Protection

Charms and Chaos: Portable Exposes Attempted Signings Gone Wrong

Nigerian Musician Caught in Mystical Mishap:

Popular singer Portable (Habeeb Okikiola) found himself in a bizarre situation recently, exposing two aspiring artists who, he claims, attempted to use charms to secure a record deal.

Unexpected Audition:

A leaked video shows Portable confronting the duo after suspecting their motives.

He explains that they’d previously approached him asking to be signed, but unable to impress with their talent, he dismissed them.

However, their pursuit took an unusual turn.

Renting for Rituals:

Instead of accepting rejection, the pair, according to Portable, rented an apartment near his workshop and allegedly used the space for “charm-crafting.”

He recounted their return, brandishing charms, with one scratching his hand and the other threatening him with further harm if he didn’t sign them.

Faith Over Fear:

Undeterred, Portable remained firm, declaring his faith in God as his only source of fear.

He publicly denounced the duo, sharing their identities in the viral video.

Public Reactions:

Online, fans expressed concern and mixed opinions.

Some, like @Jerry1Shima, felt Portable craved constant attention, while others like @TVMag_NG worried about the desperation driving such actions.

Regional nuances were highlighted by @facingrealiti, suggesting cultural context might be crucial to understanding the situation.

@Homiebishop expressed concerns about the “trouble” that seems to follow Portable around.

Beyond Clout:

This incident raises questions about the lengths some may go to in the pursuit of success, and the blurred lines between ambition and unethical practices.

While Portable’s claims lack concrete evidence, they offer a glimpse into the sometimes unsettling underbelly of the music industry.

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