Popular Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiola better known as Portable, is set to release a song dwelling on the issue between skit-maker, Carter Efe and Berri Tiga.
The duo have been clashing online over rights to the chart toppping hit song, Machala and there have been allegations thrown around.
On one hand, Berri claimed that he wrote and sang the song from beginning to end, yet Carter offered to split the returns 95percent/5percent.
While Efe said the singer lied and tried to use his management to take ownership of the single after seeing that it was a massive success.
Following the daily drama they’ve been embroiled in, Portable has released a snippet of a song titled Aza Man.
He made reference to the purported 5 percent offer Carter Efe made to Berri Tiga and sang about the need to be wise.
Sharing the video, the Zazuu star wrote; ”Dem Go Give You 5% You Go Wise #Azaman Drops Soon”
Meanwhile, CorrectNG reported earlier that the comedian called out the singer for deliberately trying to ruin his music career over the song, Machala.
He claimed that Berri pleaded with him for them to stage a fake fight so that he will ‘blow’ only for him to now take it to another level by making unfounded allegations.
Carter went on his Instagram live and was crying as he said that the artiste claimed ownership of the song, just because Machala became a hit.
He said that the whole controversy is one of the reasons people do not usually like to help others because they would turn to bite the finger that fed them.
The content creator lamented, saying that he is a young boy trying to make it but Berri Tiga is making him look like a bad person even after he gave him a platform as requested.
He said that he wanted to emulate his idol, Wizkid, who hardly responds to controversies, but he was fed up with moved by Berri to rub mud on hi good name.
Carter Efe said he did everything with a good heart but he no feels regret for agreeing to do anything with him.