Portable Omolalomi, a well-known street rapper, criticizes Small Doctor, a fellow musician, for calling him “my boy” and criticizing his character.
This comes after Small Doctor revealed his efforts to modify Portable’s thuggish lifestyle in an interview on the Echoo podcast.
He continued by calling the musician “my boy” and claiming that they had been friends even before the Zazuu corner gained notoriety.
However, Portable took the remarks personally and blasted the singer of “Omo Better” for being a “past glory.”
In addition, he made fun of him for bleaching his skin while praising the beauty of black skin.
“Egbon adugbo. Dem wan use me trend, na so dem dey do. Past glory people. Sit down there dey play, no worry. You cannot run my race; Egbon Adugbo wey dey beg for money still dey advice me.
“Collect my $100. Egbon Adugbo don body wash finish, wetin e con burn. All body don burn finish. Black is beauty, African mafia. Continue bleaching while I get ambassadorial deals. na you dey buy cream, na me dem dey give ambassador. Na you dey do fashion,” he said.