Rising Nigerian singer, Habeeb Okikiolabetter known as Portable, has welcomed another son with his baby mama, Omobewaji Feranmi.
The 27-year-old Sango Ota-based singer shared videos of the newborn on his Instagram page. In the video, he held the newborn close to his chest.
The leader of the Zen Nation movement referred to his son as “son Zazu”. He also revealed the child’s name as Opeyemi.
Mobile wrote: “Aliamdlulilai. Izza bounces the little boy. Opeyemi Ølüwa mi Eazy ZAZUU son”.
In March, the singer and her lover announced that she was expecting a baby for him, as Feranmi showed off her baby bump.
The singer and Feranmi previously welcomed a son together, named Iyanuoluwa.
In a January interview with Jahbless Original, the tattooed singer said he has many girlfriends who profess love for him due to his newfound fame.
When asked if he has children, crooner Zazoo Zeh also revealed that he has two sons from different mothers.
Reacting to Portable’s Instagram post, her baby mama wrote, “Congratulations to me. I survived the delivery room.
Since its release on December 14, 2021, the song ‘Zazu Zeh’ has amassed 6.6 million views on YouTube and is one of the most played songs on Spotify, an online audio streaming platform. No wonder Portable felt the song deserved a Grammy Award.
The singer picked up a nomination for Best Street-Hop Artist and Rookie of the Year at the Headies Awards.
However, Portable shocked many by placing dirty naira notes on the baby’s body.
This drew mixed reactions from the public, who confessed that such an action is unhygienic for the child.
While many Nigerian celebrities and fans have taken to his page with congratulatory messages, others have expressed concern for the newborn as some of the photos shared on Portable’s Instagram page captured how the singer poured dirty Naira notes on the developing baby.
The photos also prompted reactions from fans who warned Portable against the act.
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