Controversial Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiola, popularly known as Portable Omolalomi has joined people all over the world to mourn the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
News about the Queen’s death broke out on September 8th, with several farewell messages flooding the social media space.
The Zazu Zeh crooner amid the saga took to his Instagram page to share a video in which he made a short musical rendition for the late Queen while driving.
Captioning the video, he wrote: “R.I.P to Queen Elizabeth II (Iya charle)”.
Watch the video below:
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As expected, Portable’s song stirred mixed reactions from netizens who took to the comment section to laugh over it.
djspicey wrote: “Charlie, Shaolin temple .. werey olorin gidi ni boboyi”.
asabi__akewi wrote: “GOD what all this bayii”.
ibrahimfreshcash wrote: “What are you saying portable”.
bolajimembless wrote: “Problem no Dey finish”.
willams_richard111 wrote: “Guy no be today na na yesterday”.
_shine4dwise wrote: “Only one mad man.”
Recall, Portable and Goya Menor recently battled it out after the former came for the latter following his emergence as the winner of the Headies Best Street-Hop Artiste.
Portable who was disqualified due to his unruly behaviour subsequently blew hot as he lashed out at both winners of the awards and the award organizers.