“I Am Bigger Than The Headies” – Portable Calls Out
Since breaking into the mainstream in 2021 with his Olamide and Poco Lee-assisted single ‘Zazzuh Zeh’, Portable has become a household name for his music and social media antics.
Portable claimed in a new song that is going viral on social media that he is larger than the Headies and that he will eventually win a Grammy.
The drama surrounding Portable and the Headies began after the artist was disqualified from the Rookie of the Year and Street Hop Song of the Year categories at the 2022 Headies because he threatened other nominees. Readers will recall that this led to the commencement of Portable and the Headies scandal.
Since that incident, there has been no animosity between Portable and the Headies, and his most recent jab at them follows the recently concluded 2023 Headies ceremony in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Best Female Artist award wasn’t given out on stage at the 16th Headies, which caused the usual uproar.
According to Portable, he is greater than the Headies honour. He compared himself to the late American iconic rapper 2 Pac, who he claimed also had no Grammy awards, and said that the fact that he didn’t win a Headies award doesn’t diminish his fame.
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