‘Mohbad was killed because he betrayed Naira Marley’ – Portable warns Young Duu for leaving his record label
Controversial singer, Habeeb Okikiola, popularly known as Portable, has warned his former artist, Young Duu who recently left his record label, Zeh Nation to be careful of biting the hand that fed him.
He warned that late rapper, Ilerioluwa Olademeji Aloba, aka Mohbad who died in a controversial manner in September was “killed because he betrayed” his record label boss, Naira Marley.
The ‘Zazu’ crooner while buttressing his point stated that some Nigerians tried to rope Mohbad’s death on Naira Marley and Marlian Music but forgot that Naira Marley and his record label helped the late rapper to achieve stardom.
In a video message making the rounds on social media, Portable could be heard saying; “Never break the ladder you climbed to your success. The ladder might still be useful to you or other people in the future.
“Because you [Young Duu] have blown you feel you can just leave Zeh Nation. But remember that Mohbad’s died because of betrayal. Wettin I no wan tok, I go tok ham. Na so dem rope Naira Marley and Marlian Music for Mohbad’s death.
“Na we go see boys for trenches, we go help dem. That time una no see dem o. That time wey Mohbad get problem with Marlian Music, he said dem no like ham. Person wey build you no later love you.
“Dem wan do me like how dem do Naira Marley. Boys wey I don dey help wan turn to my enemies… No go crosscarpet because of say you wan blow o!”
Meanwhile, Young Duu has responded to Portable’s allegations that he betrayed him.
Speaking during an Instagram live session with fans, Young Duu said, “I did not break any ladder. For those people that know me, I did not break any ladder. The ladder is still strong there. The person that owns the ladder said I should cut the ladder but I refused. Now, he’s saying I’m the one who wants to break the ladder.
“I did not break any ladder. I’m not backstabbing Portable. I’m out for success. I don’t think I did anybody bad. I left Zeh Nation for success. It’s just a help that Portable gave me.
“For how long? Na now una know say… Bro, no whine me o! Make we just forget about all these things. I don’t have much things to say online…Make una [nitzeens] know wettin una dey tok. When I dey wash cars, when I dey suffer, when dem dey beat me, when dem dey slap me, when dem dey hit me, where una dey that time?”