Portable’s sister hospitalised after friends attacked them at his restaurant (Video)
Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiola better known as Portable, has raised alarm after being attacked by people close to him.
He alleged that they were beating up his sister and he decided to come to her defence but the matter escalated.
Portable said he was stabbed in the neck and hand by an old time friend he helped after becoming a sucessful artiste.
He said their friendship go way back to when they were hustling in the same neighbourhood and he chose to take him off the streets but he paid him back with evil.
In a video the singer posted online, he showed off the bodily injuries he sustained as a result of the assault he from the same person he bought a motorcycle for.
He said that after they brutalised his sister, she landed in the hospital and it was while he was with her by her bedside that the supposed friend stormed the place to inflict bodily harm on him.
Portable advised fans run from certain people in their lives and not be like him who was moved to help a longtime friend, he said many people are not happy about ones success.
Watch the video below:
In other news, a man has narrated how his uncle landed in the hospital after finding out that he is not the biological father of some of his children.
The Twitter user, @iamridman said his uncle took his three children for DNA test and he got to know that he did not father two out of them.
He was said to have confronted his wife about the paternity fraud but she was not remorseful, rather, the woman urged him to still continue taking care of the kids like they were his own.
Following the development, @iamridman said his uncle ended up in the hospital and has been battling for his life since.
He wrote; “My uncle just did a DNA test and he found out that two out of the three are not his children, then he called his wife and ask her just to confirm about it and the only rubbish she said was that “you can still take them as your own”. Right now my uncle has been hospitalized fighting for his life to survive.”