Portable Omolalomi, a well-known street rapper, accuses Shallipopi, an up-and-coming musician, of faking his way to the top three positions on a music chart.
It should be noted that the EFCC detained Shallipopi and others for their involvement in internet fraud.
Following his release, however, the artist released a new song named ‘Ex Convict,’ which is presently sitting at number two on Apple Music’s Top Song chart.
In response to the song’s success, Portable accused Shallipopi of employing a’stream farmer,’ an inorganic method of amassing massive stream numbers on music charts.
Portable maintained that the singer is a nobody who went to the top of the charts despite his weak singing abilities. He also made a veiled dig at Asake, implying who is at the top of the music charts.
In his own words;
“Whoever shalli-poppi is, they will still carry you.” You just let them go. How much music do you sing? Who sabi your mug? You’re going to top the charts with your new release. Me wey go to jail, I no top chart. You are a thief, and you are using farmer boys. Your face was not hit, and your voice was not heard. “Come Zeh nation, I’ll teach you,” he said in part.
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