Award-winning music video director, TG OMori has finally given in to the demands of controversial artiste, Habeeb Okikiola aka Portable.
He offered to shoot a music video for one of the artiste’s songs but he did not disclose whether it would be free of charge or if he will discount the $50k fee.
This comes after the Zazuu star attacked him on numerous occasions after he revealed that he contacted Omori to do music shoot and he charged $50,000 (N37 million).
Portable had taken to his Instagram story to make noise about the fee and wondered why the director was charging that much.
He said the director was stressing him and used one of his favourite lines and noted that someone who wishes to help another person would not stress them.
The ‘Clear’ crooner shared screenshots of their chats in a video, where he also replied to Omori with voice notes lamenting about the money being too high.
In a viral video, Portable accused Omori of shooting a poor video for his breakout hit, Zazuu Zeh such that his tattoo did not show in the finished work.
He said it is not possible for him to pay someone N37 million for a music video when members of his family are looking up to him for their daily feeding.
The Zeh Nation founder declared that he knows the family he comes from, and he is not crazy to the extent of making such a heavy mistake.
Following the constant attacks, TG Omori publicly asked Portable to send the song so that he can shoot the video for him.
He wrote; “@portablebaeby send your new song make we shoot.”
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