Nigerian singer Dammy Krane continues his ongoing feud with former friend and colleague Davido. He has now collaborated with the up-and-coming singer Portable to create a diss track aimed at Davido.
In a studio video, they’re seen recording the track, highlighting Davido’s alleged unpaid debt to Krane. Portable also mentions their plan to create a chart-topping song together.
“Cooking ew hit Number One”.
The video has since caused a stir online as many noted how Portable would expose whenever they fall out
One Bim Bola wrote, “Na here I go dey when Portable go later open your yansh u this Dammy Krane
One Mimi Joe wrote, “I hope say Krane pay Portable for dis song
One Toyin Alonge wrote, “Very soon everything that join them together will be out soon by Portable
One Sy World wrote, “Danny Krane made the biggest mistake, Portable will soon come back to spill the beans about how he helped Dammy Krane’s career
One Phowoshey wrote, “One hater recruits another hater
One Canadian wrote, “Portable go soon get problem with Dammy Krane just watch
One Fine Boyo Kola wrote, “If you get any career wey don bend finish just call on Portable he go revive am
One Rawww wrote, “Krane career don die so they na zazzu wan resurrect am
One Kenny Ranking wrote, “Portable go soon talk say na him blow Dammy Krane
One Maa Soroju wrote, “Shebi na Portable, he go soon cast you to us. Na small time remain
One Milley Milliano wrote, “So Dammy Karne had to stoop so low to collaborate with Portable. Lol, just wait for ur collection too wortorwortor
One Miz Pat Mercy wrote, “Watch out for Portable and Krane fight”.
For over a year, Dammy Krane claimed Davido owed him for their hit song “Pere.” He reached out to Davido but received no response, avoiding public confrontation.
He also involved Tekno and accused Davido of sending his associates to attack him, providing photo evidence. When Abu Salami publicly called out Davido over a debt, Krane resumed his grievances.
Krane appealed to Davido to pay the debt for his daughter’s school fees, but Davido countered, mentioning how he had housed and fed Dammy in Atlanta and recorded three song verses for free.
In response, Dammy explained that he stayed with Davido due to a Sony Music deal, which fell apart. He also criticized Davido for the string of deaths around him.
He had further revealed that he would be releasing a diss track titled, ‘Owe Owe One’.