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You called me ‘dirty boy’ yet you invited me to your party – Portable, Laide Bakare clash online

Controversial Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiola, popularly known as Portable, has engaged in a heated clash with actress, Laide Bakare for insulting him.

The Nollywood diva recently referred to Portable as a ‘dirty boy’ during one of the episodes of her podcast, Talk to B.

Bakare had stated that Portable abused her on social media because of her earlier revelation that if her husband cheated on her, she would retaliate by also cheating.

The actress also said that the Zazuu star warned her to stay away from his wife who is also an actress and stated that he doesn’t want to see her with his wife.

Bakare said; “He commented on one of my posts, saying, “Pele iya olowo (sorry, rich woman). It turned out to be this werey olorin, Portable. The boy just started abusing me. The Internet just gives some people cheap opportunities. You can imagine one dirty boy from Sango talking anyhow..”

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Reacting, Portable claimed that Bakare was actually the one who reached out to him on Instagram and invited him to her party.

He said; “Laide Bakare, you sent me a direct message and asked me to send my WhatsApp number. I will post everything. I told you to meet my manager, that what did you want to discuss with me?

You are calling me a dirty boy, but the day we met at a party, you were the one who hugged me; you hugged a dirty boy. You were asking me to come to your birthday party? You say I come from Sango, where does your family come from? You fell for me, and I will post all the messages you sent to me.”

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Also, in a post acknowledging the well wishes from fans over her recent appointment in Osun State, Portable made an unprintable comment, inferring that Bakare was a promiscuous woman.

Responding to him, she wrote; “Omo ofo.com, oni ku re (useless child, you will not die well). I will not spare you for coming to my page to rant nonsense. It is your grandmother that is mad.”