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Portable Calls Out Burna Boy For Allegedly Stealing His Intellectual Properties [Video]

Portable has called out Burna Boy over alleged intellectual property theft.

Fast-rising Nigeran singer, Portable has taken to social media to call out Grammy award-winning singer, Burna Boy for allegedly stealing his intellectual properties.

Portable Calls Out Burna Boy For Allegedly Stealing His Intellectual Properties [Video]

Portable and Burna Boy

In a video shared on his Instagram page, the Zazuu star accused the self-acclaimed ‘African Gaint” of exploiting him for the promotion of his forthcoming album titled, ‘Love Damini”.

According to him, Burna Boy used a picture of him to promote the album, adding that that singer also used his famous slang, Akoi Love, Akoi Grace, Akoi Blessing at the “Love, Damini”album listening party.

Portable revealed he is not happy about it because he feels Burna Boy just wants to rip him and use him for promotion to his own advantage.

He further called on the Grammy winner to give him a song or feature him in a musical project instead of using him to promote his personal projects.

He said: “I don come with my wahala uncle Burna Boy abeg so you wan help me abi you wan reap me. Abeg shey mo sing ni abi you just dey use me dey do promotion na so you use my picture promote your album. Now you come dey use blessing dey follow me, na me get am, abeg make we link up abeg. Uncle Burna abeg make we collabo abeg, no ripping.”

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This comes a few weeks after Portable claimed that he came back to Nigeria with the intention to work with leading industry artists, Wizkid, Davido, and Burna Boy.

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