ast-rising Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiola, popularly known as Portable has joined the married club as he got wedded on Tuesday to his woman, Omobewaji Oluwaferanmi Ewatomi.
The Zazu crooner’s longtime girlfriend and mother of his child, (Ewatomi) looked miserable, angry and unhappy all through their two-in-one baby’s naming ceremony and wedding.
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports that the couple wore all white as they got wedded in the Muslim way.
However, all through the naming and wedding ceremony, Ewatomi did not smile for once, she looked depressed, angry and irritated which some fans have presumed to be postpartum depression.
However, the aide to Portable was said to have hit a bike man in Ogun with the singer’s Range Rover while rushing to his employer’s second child naming ceremony.
It was gathered that the victim of the accident was rushed to the hospital but did not make it.
The singer and Ewatomi had announced that they were expecting a second child, In March, which would be the singer’s third child as he has another child with another woman.
On June 14, the couple welcomed a baby boy.
Meanwhile, TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) observed that since Portable’s rise to fame in December 2021, barely a week passed by without Portable making the news headlines for the wrong reasons.
The Ogun State Police Command on Monday threatened to arrest him if he refused to report himself to the nearest police station immediately.
The command was in response to a viral video wherein Portable ordered a group of youths to beat up a young man at a yet-to-be-identified location in Ogun State.
In the video, the singer said the victim of the attack offended him earlier but forgave him after several pleas.
The victim came under attack after he allegedly called Portable’s wife, saying, “tell your husband to send all those boys around him away as they are not destined to make it.”
The victim reportedly sustained injuries following the attack.
The police, however, frowned at the development, describing it as “barbaric.”
The police spokesperson in the state, Abimbola Oyeyemi, through a statement, ordered the Zaazu crooner to report to the nearest police station or risk being arrested.