Habeeb Okikiola, better known as Portable Omolalomi, a rapidly rising singer, took to social media to announce the firing of his crew members who had been in charge of his music studio, Zeh Nation, and to give a hint as to why he did so.
Portable said he asked those working in his studio to leave because they failed to produce remarkable results while he was away because they were only out for his money. He questioned how helping someone could become a crime.
“I rebrand my studio, people i put in my studio refused to blow, I build studio, they didn’t deliver my money, them dey chop my money.”
The Zazu crooner, while expressing dissatisfaction at his former workers, revealed they made only N7k while he was away on his European tour for more than one month.
“Studio wey be say anytime I record, I make 2 million, 3million, in 5 days I fit make 15million, when I travelled and return they said they make 7000 naira.”
Captioning the video, he wrote:
“Stop Dreaming about ur Boss Dream about Urself🤣 Don’t know how helping someone turns to a Crime…imagine Someone sayin shitt about my Record Label out there Some1 have helped in so many ways.But On God…We Kip Moving…We ain’t stopping💯 ZEH Nation to de World🌎”