Portable was denied visa because he insulted Consulate-show promoter, Alaafin Washington reveals

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Alaafin Washington has narrated what prompted the US embassy to deny popular Nigerian singer, Portable, visa.Alaafin expressed worry that the Zazuu star might never get to visit the US even in future as he said that the artiste caused his woes.

A show promoter identified as Alaafin Washington has narrated what prompted the US embassy to deny popular Nigerian singer, Portable, visa.

Alaafin expressed worry that the Zazuu star might never get to visit the US even in future as he said that the artiste caused his woes.

According to him, Portable insulted the immigration officer and consulate on his first day at the consulate.

This comes days after the controversial musician called him out for allegedly setting him up to have his visa application rejected. But the promoter who showed a receipt of the money Portable sent, advised him about his character, saying if he continues like that, show promoters will run from him. Alaafin also revealed that the ‘Clear’ singer denied knowing the people who accompanied him to the embassy.

Meanwhile, in a related news, Street artiste, Okikiola Habeeb aka Portable, has found himself in hot water after his ex-manager and show promoter Ijoba Danku, signed a shady contract with an International music promoter.

In a video making the rounds online, the Zazuu Crooner stated that Freezy Entertainment (the International promoter) promised to get him a US visa, but after attending the interview and failing 5 times, he gave up on the deal. He also revealed how they asked him to travel with 10 unknown people, but still he couldn’t get a visa.

Portable said a new friend promised to help him get US Visa and take him to America. But the Entertainment label which his ex-manager and promoter singed a deal with, insisted that he has to pay 12 Million Naira before they can let go of the old contract.

The 28-year-old accepted and bargained to pay in Installment. According to him, he has paid N2 Million twice and can’t afford to continue with the N12M payment.

The singer added that the international label are requesting for 20 billion Naira as damages fees before they can write off the contract that will make him travel to U.S.A without issues.

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