In today’s coverage of Nigerian Music Artists Interview, we bring you the ‘gbas gbos’ between two street hop artists – Small Doctor and Portable.
Grab your popcorn and enjoy!
Nigeria’s vibrant music industry is never short of captivating stories, and the recent clash between two street hop artists, Small Doctor and Portable, has sent shockwaves throughout the entertainment scene.
The duo, known for their energetic and street-infused music, have found themselves at odds after Small Doctor made controversial remarks about Portable in a recent interview with Echo Room on YouTube.
Small Doctor boldly claimed that Portable is, in fact, a boy, sparking widespread discussion and speculation.
In the said interview, Small Doctor made bold claims that Portable has always been my boy.
The statement caught many by surprise as Portable has been a prominent figure in the music industry for several years, captivating fans with his unique style and lyrical prowess.
Small Doctor’s assertion stirred controversy, leading to heated debates among music enthusiasts and fans.
To add fuel to the fire, Small Doctor went on to advise Portable to have a “skin bath.”
This comment was met with mixed reactions. Some perceived it as an insult, while others interpreted it as a metaphorical suggestion for Portable to cleanse himself of any controversial behaviors that have often landed him in the limelight for the wrong reasons.
Portable’s Fiery Response to Small Doctor:
True to his provocative nature, Portable wasted no time in firing back at Small Doctor.
In his usual controversial style, he insinuated that Small Doctor was merely seeking attention by using his name.
I no fit take this insult shaa ooo pic.twitter.com/1pLTfeNbAV
— Sam cash 𓃵💜💜 (@Samcash612) June 8, 2023
How the ‘gbas gbos’ was reported on Twitter
Portable didn’t stop there! He branded Small Doctor as broke recounting that he’s going about begging money who sometime made a way with his $100.
Portable, whose real name is Habeeb Okikiola, has gained notoriety in the music industry for his controversial and sometimes explicit lyrics.
He has consistently courted controversy throughout his career, using it as a means to stay in the public eye.
Portable’s response to Small Doctor’s claims demonstrates his knack for creating drama and attracting attention, indicating that he thrives on controversy to maintain his relevance in the music industry.
Our special section of Nigerian Music Artists Interview will continue to follow up this unfolding drama. We believe the ‘gbas gbos’ hasn’t ended just yet.
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