Singer, Portable Set To Release Song After His Release From Police Custody

Singer, Portable Set To Release Song After His Release From Police Custody
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Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiola, also known as Portable, is back in the studio after his release from police custody following a disagreement with a car dealer over failed debt payment for his G-Wagon SUV.

The singer, on Thursday, shared a poster of a soon-to-be-released new song titled “Spiderman”.

The title of the song may be connected with his rare agility when he attempted to escape police arrest by jumping over an iron gate before he was eventually arrested.

The song alludes to the singer’s flying prowess in relation to how he jumped over a gate to evade arrest.

The arrest incident captured in a viral video that circulated on Tuesday, showed the singer scaling a gate before taking to his heels.

After spending 24 hours in custody, the “Zazuu” crooner regained his freedom after meeting the bail conditions set for his release.

Tuesday’s episode is not the first in Portable’s controversial diary.

Gistmania recalls that sometime in March 2023, he was arrested by the Ogun State Police Command for cursing and rough-handling some men of the Nigeria Police Force in two video clips that went viral.

The police, during a probe of the incident, invited Portable, who refused to honour the invitation.

Angered by his audacity, the police issued a 72-hour ultimatum and subsequently arrested him.

In another development, the singer was arrested by policemen in Ogun State and later arraigned on a five-count charge bordering on alleged assault and stealing at the Ifo Magistrates’ Court.

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He was remanded at the Ilaro Correctional Centre and later released after meeting his bail conditions in 2023.


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