Habeeb Okikiola, aka Portable, a fast-rising Nigerian sensation, has reached an agreement with his manager, Kogbagidi, over money and contracts.
The street sensation is currently making waves with his hit single ‘Zazoo Zeh,’ which features Olamide, an award-winning singer, and Poco Lee.
The two had squabbles in a video that went viral on Thursday, as Portable questioned his manager about money, car ownership, and contract.
While the duo was discussing in a car, Portable asked Kogbagidi if he signed him and the latter replied, “Do you know how much I have invested in you?
Portable wasn’t taking any of it as he said, “I gave you $500 and N500,000 two times. You’ve ripped me. You know you’re a ripper.”
As the argument went on, Kogbagidi could be seen pleading with Portable not to get furious.
Portable, on the other hand, released another video on his Instagram story in which it appeared that they had reached an agreement.
Portable praised Kogbagidi as his employer in the video, saying that even if they fought, they’d eventually settle.
This is the second time the Zazoo Zah has publicly chastised his donors for defrauding him.
Portable and Kogbagidi had a fight two weeks ago when the singer accused Poco Lee of stealing his music and money.
They eventually came to an agreement when Portable promised Kogbagidi and Poco Lee that he would never let them down again.