Fast-Rising Nigerian singer, Portable has resumed his online beef with his colleague, Goya Menor, after the latter berated him in a recent interview.
In a recent interview with HipTV, Goya likened Portable to a ‘dog’ and himself to an ‘elephant,’ and stated that they cannot be compared with each other.
“I don’t have issues with him. I think he has issues with himself, Check the comparison because the elephant knows that with just one hit this dog is dead. So, no need to pay attention. The elephant just keeps moving and doing his own thing,” Goya Menor said.
However, Goya Menor’s comments did not seat well with Portable who recorded a reply of his own and stated that Goya had no hit songs and was not as popular as him in the streets.
While speaking in Pidgin, Portable asked Goya Menor how many hits he has delivered, how many shows he has performed, and how many endorsements he has.
“I drop hits back to back, Zazu. Who no know Zazu?” Portable asked in the video.
This comes months after the singers were embroiled in an online battle for supremacy when Goya won the Headies award for ‘Best Street-Hop Artist of the Year’ in 2022 with his hit song, ‘Ameno Amapiano.’
At the time, Portable slammed Goya for winning the category which he was disqualified from, arguing that Goya did not deserve the award because he is a mere hype-man and not a musician.
Portable also claimed that the Headies Award organizers are currently regretting their decision to award Goya ‘Best Street-Hop Artist of the Year.’
The back and forth between the two has been going on for some time now and it is unlikely that fans have seen the last of it.
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