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You Had To Drop An Album To Remove My Song From Number One – Portable Lambasts Shallipopi For Overthrowing His Song On Apple Music Chart (Video)

Portable and Shallipopi

Social media users are reacting to a video of street artiste, Portable dissing his colleague, Shallipopi after his songs from his new album sent  his Tony Montana track from 1st to 10th.

This came after Shallipopi released his second studio album titled, ‘Shakespopi’ containing nine tracks.

Portable whose song with British rapper, Skepta had been number one for weeks on ‘Apple Music Top 100: Nigeria chart’ is overtaken by all nine tracks on Shallipopi’s album.

Reacting to the drop, Portable accused Shallipopi of farming streams – an inorganic way of boosting position on music charts.

Portable accused Shallipopi of being a stream farmer, insisting that his song and career are bigger than his fake efforts.

“Oh boy, make you rest; man pass man o. Before you could remove my song, you had to drop an album. Your song does not have meaning, is that a song? Can’t you praise God? Can’t you sing good? I am the landlord and I am still going back to number one,” he said in part.

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See reactions to the video below;

kene_chukwu85 said: “A hidden part of this guy that people are yet to see is that he is lowkey an envious person.”

rudylaise stated: “Portable is lowkey one envious person.”

imlawrence_____ noted: “You drop song nobody follow you drag them drop song you dey cry.”

susan.ehis said: “You are so envioussss, when did you enter the music industry that you think another person cannot take over? Didn’t you meet people there? Always complaining about everything.”

officialhro____ wrote: “This Portable nor get sense at all, I’m not sure he’s aware he’s not the owner of Tony Montana.”

wavegodd__ said: “So bcos song no dey play for Lagos mean say other part of the country no dey stream ? Mugu, go Benin.”

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