Following the unruly attitude of popularly controversial singer Habeeb Okikiola also known as Portable, OAP Dotun has taken to his Twitter handle to tackle Nigerians who are blaming singer and music executive, Olamide, for bringing controversial singer to the limelight.
The singer on Monday, July 18, said in a video which he later deleted that he was the founder of a one million boys gang that terrorised the good people of Lagos and some parts of Ogun during the lockdown in 2020.
The news over his comments about creating the notorious cult group, One Million boys and Ajah boys caught the attention of the Inspector General of Police, Usman Alkali Baba who has instructed the Lagos state police Commissioner of Police to investigate Portable’s claim. The singer has since denied any closeness with the group. According to him, he meant to say ”One Million fans” and not ”One Million boys.’’
OAP Dotun Says Olamide is not to be Blamed for Portbale’s Unruly Attitude
Following his unending controversial incidents, Nigerians while reacting to the deleted video they blamed Olamide for bringing him to the limelight as their song ‘Zazoo Sneh,’ gave Portable full-time recognition in the entertainment industry and the country.
In a series of tweets, OAP Dotun stated that no one should blame Olamide for Portable’s actions. Dotun said Olamide gave Portable a shot. ”Does that mean he should be responsible for helping a man fulfil his dream?” he asked. He further stated that Portable is no the first person he gave a chance to blow, as he gave Lil Kesh, Adekunle Gold and many other people the chance to fulfil their dreams and they did well.