I owe my success to nobody – Portable

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Portable has vehemently claimed that nobody is responsible for his mainstream success after his breakthrough song Zazuu made him a household name.

In his typical volatile fashion, the musician stressed that all the credit for his achievement belongs to him alone.

He claimed that, in contrast to popular notion, no other artiste or anybody in the entertainment industry had “blown” him.

For the records, it was celebrity dancer After Poco Lee who connected Portable to rapper Olamide, who later joined the remix of Zazuu that became popular.

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However, Portable claimed in an interview with Echo Room that he was already well-known before meeting both of them.

He claimed, “Nobody made him well-known.” The Zazuu celebrity, who referred to himself as a “child of grace,” asserted that he was already well-known and that people wanted to be around him.

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“Shey me I see anybody help me ni? As I dey like this, if no be sey I get grace. Everybody DM me. Nobody blow me. I don blow before I meet Poco Lee and Olamide,” Portable said.

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