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Portable wows many with his electrifying performance at KS1 Malaika’s 50th birthday party (Video)

Portable at KS1 Malaika's birthday party

Fast-rising street singer, Portable always knows how to get the internet talking with his mind-blowing performance.

His recent performance wasn’t an exception as the singer wowed guests with his electrifying performance.

The controversial singer performed at the 50th birthday party of Music legend, Alhaji Sulaimon Alao Adekunle Malaika better known as KS1 Malaika on Sunday, May 7th.

In a video making the rounds, Portable could be seen climbing a ladder during his epic performance.

This isn’t the first time, the singer left many bewildered with his performance.

Portable arrives stage in a coffin

Last year, Portable took stage performance to a whole new level with his dramatic entrance to his concert in a coffin.

The singer, on Wednesday night, December 28th held his Portable Live in Concert at African Shrine.

The highlight of the night was when the father of four arrived on stage in a coffin. In the video, Portable could be seen entering a coffin as he was been transported to the stage.

Portable’s epileptic move during a live show

Adding more, Nigerians once had a field reacting to a viral clip of his epileptic dance moves.

The controversial Portable shared videos of himself on his verified Instagram page, dancing aggressively while trying to please his fans.

Portable’s epileptic dance had led to mixed reactions online as many find his behavior funny while some thought it was a ‘mental’ issue on the singer’s side.

Sharing the videos on Instagram, Portable claimed he is only delivering what he had been paid to do.

He wrote: Nah you call for it and am always to give you back to back
Once am paid for show k’amuludun lokun
Dr Zeh in the building chief AMULUDUN”.

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