Popular Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiola, better known as Portable, has stirred mixed reactions on social media over a recent post he shared about popular clergyman, Apostle Johnson Suleman.
Recall that he released a song in October 2022 where he threw a shade at Apostle Johnson Suleman after the assassination attempt on his life, that left seven people dead.
In the freestyle song, the controversial singer spoke about how members of a certain church in Nigeria contributed to buying a bulletproof car for their pastor.
However, when the clergyman was attacked by unknown gunmen, he and his family were saved because of the bulletproof car, while his security details were exposed and killed.
Though he didn’t mention the clergyman’s name in the song, netizens knew for a fact that he was referring to Apostle Suleman.
In a new development, the ‘Azaman’ singer went a step further with the shade as he posted a still video of his photo and that of Apostle Suleman, with the song playing in the background.
The video was captioned,
“Members donated bulletproof car for the pastoor
And the same pastor got attack by unknown gunmen
Security wey dey guide pastor dem no get bullet proof car
Members wey dey follow pastor, dem no get bulletproof car
Only pastor and family, dem dey use bulletproof car
Pastor no wan go heaven, why you no wan go heaven?
Apostoli must to hear this”
The post has since stirred different reactions on the internet as some netizens warned him to be careful as he risks being slammed a lawsuit by the clergyman. However, some people loved the song and praised Portable for being brave and audacious.
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Meanwhile, Portable has taken down the post from his IG page possibly out of fear of being dragged to court.