Portable Berates Embattled Internet Fraudster, Hushpuppi’s Fashion Sense



Portable x Hushpuppi

Nigerian recording artiste, Habeeb Okikiola, who is better known as Portable, has bragged about wearing more designer outfits than a Nigerian Instagram celebrity and alleged international internet fraudster, Ramon Abbas who is better known as Hushpuppi.

Ramon Abbas, better known to his 2.5 million Instagram followers as Hushpuppi, is considered by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) to be one of the world’s most high-profile fraudsters and currently facing a prison sentence in the United States after pleading guilty to money laundering.

Hushpuppi was famous for his collection of luxury wear and accessories.

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But speaking in an interview with Factory 78, the controversial musician claimed that Hushpuppi doesn’t spend on his clothes as much as he does.

I fit get N100million use N50 million buy clothes, you dey whine me, you no see my wears, I don buy all designs finish, e remain make dem give me ambassador”.

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Portable Reacts To Demise Of Queen Elizabeth II

On Thursday, September 8, Moji Delano announced the demise of Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen of Britain.

Buckingham Palace, announced that the monarch who served her country for 70 years “peacefully” passed away in the afternoon at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.

There have been mixed reactions to the death of the monarch in Nigeria. While some have praised her reign and prayed for the repose of her soul others have shared their angst against her colonial roots and have insisted that there is no reason to mourn her death.

Reacting to her passing, the Zazoo crooner took to his Instagram account to make a hilarious song wishing the queen whom he referred to as Iya Charlie, farewell.

He captioned the video, rip to Queen Elizabeth (Iya Charlie).

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