Alleged N20m Scam: “I Don’t Do Clout Chasing, But I Needed to Clear the Atmosphere”: Charles Okocha Replies Portable

Actor Charles Okocha has responded to claims made by controversial singer, Habeeb Okikiola, aka Portable, who accused him of absconding with N40 million they were to share equally.

The actor who posted a video on his Instagram page on Sunday evening wrote, “#portablebaeby, keep my name out of your damm mouth, and if you think you got balls, pick a place and time, ufc, wrestling, boxing, or street, let me show you what I’m made of, B**tch As$ Nïggà.”

In the video, Okocha explained that he signed no agreement with the ‘Zazu Zeh’ crooner, Portable, for the event he invited him to.

He said, “I don’t do clout chasing, but it got to my notice that I needed to clear the atmosphere because I heard one nigga, ‘Zazu’ or whatever, using my name for clout, saying all types of shit.

“Bro, in the first place, you told me that you wanted us to be friends and that nobody wanted to help you. Then, like a father will look at his son, I said okay, and we became friends.

“I had an event, and I invited you to come over. I took you there for two nights, and after everything, I transferred a whopping N5 million to you when you were leaving.

“The next thing you have to do is be disloyal. In the first place, did we sign any agreements? Was there any agreement as regards that? There’s no agreement. I just helped a brother. You did nothing. You just came to have fun with your crew and your wife.

“I’m a responsible man with two phenomenal kids. I’ve built this brand for a couple of years. You can’t come out and taint my image. I’ve got a reputation to maintain, so I need to come out and clear the air.”

Credit: Instagram charles_okocha


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