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Portable regains freedom after meeting bail condition; drops new song following his release

Controversial singer, Portable has dropped a new track in celebration of his freedom, and release from ‘kirikiri’ after he was arrested following his alleged refusal to pay the debt he incurred when he purchased Mercedes Benz GLE 350 from Ogunsanwo Temitope (Temmy Autos), a car dealer in Lagos state.

It was gathered that Portable had paid only N13 million after purchasing the vehicle, which was worth N27 million. He was said to have refused to pay the N14 million balance.

The car dealer reportedly took the matter to the police, leading to the arrest of the singer.

Hours following the arrest of the controversial rapper Portable, his fans were set to mobilize and protest for his release, terming the arrest as unwarranted.

A fan of Portable identified as Dullarboi on TikTok revealed the plan to mobilize his people and protest for his release. According to him, Portable is a good and generous individual who does not deserve to be treated as a criminal.

The fan fumed while addressing his solidarity for the embattled singer, addressing allegations of supporting him for financial gain.

“We are set, tell us where you locked Tony Montana we want to enter station so you can pack all of us there. Nothing dey sup; government wey dey hold all of us, you know hold them, you’re talking about Tony Montana. We’re coming to coming to the station, lock all of us,” he said in parts.

However in a recent development, the Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, SP Benajmin Hundeyin, confirmed the release of the singer.

When asked if Portable had sorted out the issues, the spokesman added, “I have no idea about it but what I can say is that he has been granted bail.”

Barely hours following the release of the embattled singer Portable, he releases a song detailing his car debt and why he refused to pay in due time.

According to the singer, the secret to living long is to owe debt while emphasizing his reason for running as a personality when faced with danger.

The lyrics say in part, “Call me Spiderman, I saw danger, I jumped the fence. They say I owe money; if you want to live long, owe them debt, let them owe you. It’s a rich man who owes a car debt.”

Netizens React to his new track;

BusayoOtebata said: “You can’t even hate on this guy fr??? One minute you’re disgusted by what he does and the next minute you’re laughing ?.”

Real_ijbconcept penned: “If you want to live long you must owe debts and they must owe you too. Na rich man dey owe debts. Baba werey ni bobo yii.”

Wizebaba quizzed: “Or maybe it was all staged??”

iamkelechiO wrote: “I’d have been surprised if he didn’t drop a song about his arrest saga. ?”

By Ezinne Okorie.

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