Home Health & Lifestyle Reactions as Portable arrives on stage in casket at Afrika Shrine

Reactions as Portable arrives on stage in casket at Afrika Shrine [VIDEO]

Reactions as Portable arrives on stage in casket at Afrika Shrine [VIDEO]

Controversial Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiola, a.k.a Portable, has once again gotten the internet talking with his dramatic entrance to his concert in a coffin at Fela’s Shrine in Lagos.

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 being transported to the stage.

This isn’t the first time Portable is making his love for coffins known.

Recall that Portable had a few months ago inked his face with a coffin, stirring reactions on social media.


Sweetness Spa; “End of the year ritual on a low , if you know you know.”

Tolu Onyedikachi Gideon; “That was the SACRIFICE He Made to Become Famous and Wealthy, Only the Spiritual people can understand.”

Onyekwena Chuks; “Whoever made Portable famous needs to tender an apology to Nigerians.”

Bashorun Adefemi; “Oriloye Frank boda mi, undertaker is not an African.

“If an African man dreamt about a coffin, you know what it means sir. Honestly, this is not ordinary. Is either for renewal of hope or otherwise.”

Ichekuoku Nwanyi; “When people begin to act like this, something has started calling them from beyond.

“Mark this word.”

Chiamaka Favour Nnaeloka; “If this one dies tomorrow now. People will begin to pity him. Why enter a coffin to go for a show when you are still alive? One needs to be conscious of their actions and utterances, the world is more spiritual than physical.”

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