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Portable Says He Didn’t Form One Million Boys Cult After IGP Orders Probe

 

Habeeb Okikiola, popularly known as Portable no longer wants to be affiliated with the notorious “Ajah Boys” and “One Million Boys” cult groups.

Portable Says He Didn't Form One Million Boys Cult After IGP Orders Probe
Portable

A few days ago, the controversial singer in a now deleted Instagram video claimed to be the founder of “The ‘One Million Boys” cult group which terrorized residents in some parts of Lagos state in 2020.

Usman Alkali Baba, the inspector-general of police (IGP), had ordered Abiodun Alabi, the commissioner of police in Lagos, to probe the singer’s claim.

In the wake of the controversy trailing his claim,

the ‘Zazoo Zeh’ crooner took to his Instagram page to clarify what he meant.

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Portable claimed he was referring to his fans on Instagram when he meant he created “One Million Boys”.

“And what I meant by 1 million boys is meant 1million followers. Abeg ooo, I don’t know who be One Million Boys ooo. People are threatening my life ooo you should all look into this,” he wrote.

 

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The singer has since then been in the news on several occasions for controversial reasons.

Just last month, a Range Rover belonging to the singer reportedly killed a bike rider in Ogun state.

It is understood that the driver, who is an aide to the singer, was on an errand when the accident occurred at the Iyano Ilogbo axis of the state.

Portable gained popularity in December last year after “Zazoo Zeh”, his hit track. The artiste featured famous rapper Olamide, and popular dancer Poco Lee in the song.  The song became a street anthem across Nigeria during the Christmas holidays.

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Charis Ebiaghian

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