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Portable Confronts Fan For Secretly Recording Him After Demanding N2m Interview Fee From Him

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Controversial Singer, Portable has confronted a fan who recorded and took pictures of him without paying N2M (2,000,000 naira) interview fee.

In the video that went viral, the musician said he had just returned from tours in Cameroon and Russia when he received a message from the content creator asking to interview him. Portable stated that he told the man that his interview fee is N2M and the man refused to pay.

Rather, he approached his bar and began secretly recording and taking pictures of him.

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In the shared video, Portable is seen getting angry with the man for not paying and for continuing to use his camera to take pictures without authorization.

In response, the man said that he is simply a ‘big fan’ of Portable.

Reactions have trailed this update…

@maxidynamite wrote: “He knows his worth”

@ayindel07 penned: “Say you be crown prince of England abi wetin

IamBlaccode said: “Singer Portable demanding N2m for an interview? Sounds like he’s trying to compensate for his lack of talent with his ego. 🙄🙄”

@ekibyleo remarked: “The love I got for this guy is wierd. He’s actually right, if he gave you no consent to film him or interview him, the journalist or blogger has no right to take any footage of him/his staff/signees and his employees.

I stand with Portable. You wanna interview me, pay first. Else, you collect.

And if you have promoted false misinformation about me from a rival, I reserve every right to decline you an interview.

You can’t come and color me for your clicks and views. And that’s on Zazzu”

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