Love him or hate him, Portable will undoubtedly stay true to himself and an old video of the singer at the End SARS protests which has surfaced online is proof. Watch the video in our story below.
Highly controversial and popular street hop act, Portable, who’s self-tagged as “Idamu Adugbo”, has re-emerged as a topic of discussion on social media following the circulation of a throwback video of him at the End SARS protests grounds.
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In the video, the singer was spotted with a graphic cardboard with the hashtag and action words “End SARS”, “Soro soke werey”, saying; “Ejoor e ba wa End SARS, won ti n ko wa po en o”. Calling for an end to the now defunct arm of police, the singer had stated that Nigerian youths were being indiscriminately profiled, and noted that young South-Africans were living peaceful and lavish lives.
Today the 20th of October marks the second End SARS protests memorial, as a result, the video of Portable had started making waves. The memorial was commiserated with a walkthrough at the Lekki Tollgate, organised by rapper, Falz. Singer, Wizkid also made an online tribute to the lives lost with an Instagram story post.
Watch the old video of Portable here:
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