TG OMori, an award-winning director of music videos, has finally acceded to the requests of polarizing performer Habeeb Okikiola aka Portable.
He promised to record a music video for one of the artist’s songs, but he did not specify whether it would be free or if the $50k price would be waived.
After he claimed that he approached Omori to do a music shoot and that he charged $50,000, the Zazuu star repeatedly attacked him (N37 million).
Portable voiced his concerns about the charge on his Instagram story and questioned why the director was charging so much.
Using one of his favorite quotes, he claimed that the director was stressing him out and remarked that a kind person wouldn’t put another person through stress.
The singer of “Clear” posted screenshots of their conversations in a video and responded to Omori with voice notes complaining about how expensive the money was.
In a widely shared video, Portable accused Omori of making a subpar video for his breakthrough single Zazuu Zeh so that his tattoo would not be visible in the final product.
He claimed that it was impossible for him to pay N37 million for a music video when his family depended on him to provide for their daily needs.
He wrote; “@portablebaeby send your new song make we shoot.”
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