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“If they pay you, do your job”- Portable

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The music industry has been merged into politics recently and across the globe people from the music industry support political campaigns by using their songs as a promotional avenue. It is the same story in Nigeria as a street pop artiste, Portable, made it public that he endorsed All Progressive Congress presidential candidate , Bola Tinubu because he was paid to endorse him.

Portable was heavily criticized after he declared his support for APC in the Osun state governorship elections and he later posted a video on his Instagram page declaring his support for a presidential candidate of APC in upcoming general elections in the year 2023.

Portable has made a controversial video as he explained the rationale for declaring his support for APC and according to him they used money to convince him.

He said in the video that, “if they pay you money you have to work. I was once paid to insult Tinubu during the protests. That was a long time ago, now APC has said Akoi Tinubu,”

The above statement shows that his insult on Tinubu during the EndSARS protest was factored by money as he was paid to do so.

Portable also stated in the video that money has been paid to him to declare his support for Tinubu so he is doing justice to that by declaringhis support for Tinubu.

He said, ”If they pay you, do your Job, no ripping. When I was paid to insult Tinubu, I collected my money and did my Job. Now Tinubu is the next. They are the ones that gave me money, and I must do the work for the money I collected

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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