Deyemi Okanlawon, others react as Portable upgrades his fashion game, steps out in style
Written by maxfmeditor3 on February 9, 2024
Nigerian fast-rising singer, Portable Omoolalomi, evidently elevated his fashion sense with his recent attire.
Having garnered attention for his unconventional fashion choices, the singer showcased an upgrade in his appearance.
In circulating online images, Portable, presently in London alongside British rapper Skepta, exuded style donning a fur coat.
Accompanying the images, Portable emphasized that individuals should only address them if wealth is involved, echoing his renowned phrase, “stars don’t beg, they shine.”
“If not for money don’t call us 🔌 star don’t beg to shine. Some Gees be like wetin him dey sing. We no fit support ham God dey that’s all. Na person God dey send to somebody”.
The photo which has since gone viral has left many applauding him for stepping up in his fashion game.
Deyemi Okanlawon wrote, “Looks exactly like a poster for “Coming To America
Sunkanmi Omobolanle wrote, “Grace wey no dey disgrace
One Ozofu wrote, “He looks really good
One Blessing Sunday wrote, “Him don change stylist. Wow, no more Power Rangers outfit
One Alex Echez wrote, “He’s not a local artist again ooo
One The Girl Ussy wrote, “He has never been more presentable than this
One Omega Four wrote, “Never underestimate the power of a nice outfit. Always try to look nice all the time
One Paul Gram wrote, “The dressing is zazuiiiiiiinn
One Mary Venia wrote, “Minister of color riot affairs”.
Earlier this week, Portable stirred up social media by sharing photos of his latest outfit, sparking discussions among his fans. Many dubbed him the new Tony Montana of London, while others advised him to hire a stylist.
Portable’s association with Skepta commenced towards the end of last year. In December, he accompanied Skepta to the British Fashion Awards in London, where he crossed paths with Tiwa Såvage and Damson Idris.
After this encounter, Portable announced that his appearance fee for shows, music videos, and skits had increased to $10,000, emphasizing his belief in divine favor.
Last month, Portable received a pleasant surprise when American rapper Rick Ross acknowledged him. Through his social media platform, Ross gave a shout-out to African artists, including Portable, Odumodublvck, Uncle Waffles, and others, for their contributions to the industry.
In response, Portable expressed his gratitude on his page and conveyed his admiration for Ross.