Nigerian singer, Temitope Adekunle, popularly known as Small Doctor, has revealed why he told his colleague, Portable, to do a body wash.
He said he told the ‘Zazu’ crooner to glow up his skin because it wasn’t shining, but he declined.
Recall that Small Doctor and Portable engaged in a war of words on social media last year after the ‘Zazu’ star accused the ‘Penalty’ crooner of trying to boss him.
Appearing as a guest on the latest episode of Echo Room podcast, Small Doctor said he tried to help Portable with his branding when he initially hit stardom but the Sanga-Otta based singer was unwilling to upgrade.
He said, “One day, I told him [Portable] that you have to do body wash. This your skin is not shining. Portable ran away.
“He later came back and I told him that you have done one song, you need more songs. You need a music camp. He said, what’s music camp?
“I said, music camp is you getting an apartment and inviting producers and maybe songwriters. You can’t do it alone… I called the producer for them. I did not arrive that apartment until around 9 or 10pm. When I came I discovered that they have been doing rubbish since morning. He [Portable] was barbing his hair. [sic].
“I wrote one song for them titled ‘Clear’. He [Portable] did the song. I was not in any of the songs he recorded at the music camp because I decided not to be.”
Meanwhile, Portable has responded to Small Doctor over his comment that he told him to do a body wash because his skin wasn’t glowing.
In a video message shared via his social media page on Thursday, Portable disclosed that he didn’t take Small Doctor’s advice to do a body wash because “black is beautiful.”