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Singer, Portable Cries ‘They Want To Kill My Career’ As Promoter Demands N20bn Over Botched US Show

Nigerian singer, Portable has said he has been asked to pay N20billion in damages for a failed show in the United States.

In a video of himself, Portable is seen lamenting over a shady deal he got himself into with an international music promoter.

He said his former manager, Ijoba Danku secured the contract with the international promoter who promised to get him a US visa.

He said after visiting the embassy on five different occasions — in what appeared to be failed missions — he gave up on the US show.

Portable said although he now has a new promoter who is ready to get him the US visa, a representative from the other entertainment group is asking for N20 billion for damages.

“They want to kill my career. There was a time when my manager, Ijoba Danku that I sacked collected a useless contract. They said I was going to America,” he said.

“I went to the embassy five times. I saw the documents, they said it was ten plus me that I was traveling with. I don’t even know who they are. I went to the embassy five times and I was denied a visa.

“Now, I’ve met someone who is willing to take me to America, and Wale Bouncer from FT entertainment said I would pay N20 billion for damages. Where do you want to see it? You’re a thief.

“It was N3.5 million that I was paid for the show and they want me to pay N2 billion. I even begged that I should pay N12 million and I’ve paid N2 million twice.

“Help me, I can’t pay anymore. There’s nothing that will happen, let’s meet in court.”

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