Portable was said to defeat Filmmaker Charles Okocha in a celebrity boxing match.
Singer Portable beats Charles Okocha in celebrity boxing match [VIDEO]
Controversial singer, Portable, has defeated popular Nollywood actor, Charles Okocha in a keenly contested celebrity boxing match.
Portable won the fight after the fourth round.
Moreover the contest was held at Landmark Beach in Victoria Island, Lagos, on Wednesday, December 26 2023.
Furthermore the match which begun at 1 am, lasted for roughly 40 minutes.
However the first round saw Portable, clad in his blue armless shirt and shorts, pouncing on Okocha.
The singer delivered several punches at the actor who tried to dodge them in vain.
DAILY POST reports that the match was fixed to settle a monetary dispute between the duo.
Okocha was accused by Portable of defrauding him of an N40 million agreement.
Okocha stated that following the incident, he sent N5 million to Portable. claiming that no contracts were signed for the occasion.
Habeeb Okikiola, a controversial hip-hop artist better known by his stage name Portable, has defeated Nollywood actor Charles Okocha. In a celebrity boxing match the.
Habeeb Okikiola, a controversial hip-hop artist better known by his stage name Portable, has defeated Nollywood actor Charles Okocha in a celebrity boxing match.
However the competition took place at Victoria Island’s Landmark Beach in the early hours of Wednesday in Lagos.
At around one in the morning, the ‘Zazuu Zeh’ crooner, dressed in a blue armless shirt and shorts, launched himself at Okocha in the match. The actor took a few punches as he attempted in vain to avoid the blows.
Moreover the match lasted roughly forty minutes, with the Zeh Nation boss declared the winner after the fourth round.
A video that has gone viral on the internet shows the artist proudly displaying his championship belt while receiving applause from the large audience of his fans.
The boxing match was allegedly rigged to settle a money disagreement after Portable accused the Nollywood star of swindling him out of an N40 million deal, according to Daily Trust.