Controversial Street-hop singer Portable still has a lot to get off his chest concerning his recent disagreement with ace cinematographer TG Omori.
Portable had called out TG Omori after the director charged him $50k (over N22 million) for a music video.
Responding to the call out, TG Omori said he shot Portable’s ‘Zazoo Zeh’ music video for free.
TG said Portable didn’t know how the ‘Zazoo Zeh’ music video came about but is now calling him out over a discounted price.
In a new video on Tuesday morning via Portable’s Instagram page, he said that TG Omori and the rest of the crew begged him to shoot the music video.
According to the ‘Ogo Forever’ singer, TG Omori only shot the video because the song was the best song of the year and he wanted to win the best music video of the year.
“Help me. I heard that TG Omori said he shot the video for me for free. Was it not God that saved me?
"They wanted to rip me, am I not the owner of the song that Poco Lee wanted to rip me?
“Didn’t you all beg me before I shot ‘Zazoo’ video? They were kneeling and pleading.
“You director, what made you shoot the video? Isn’t it because the song was the best song of the year?
"You will also win the best director of the year.
“As you shot the video which was the best song of the year, you will also win the best director of the year.
“If you don’t help nobody will help you. If you didn’t do it, you cannot eat.
"They are getting close to you because of your glory,” Portable said.
Portable went on to question TG Omori’s video skills, saying that the music video the director is shooting for singer Asake is not worth it.
He also called TG Omori a betrayer citing that he is shooting the same video style for Asake and Seyi Vibes despite knowing the two singers are industry rivals.
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