Currently in Egypt, singer Portable has informed his fans and followers on his whereabouts in the nation in his customary manner. The musician behind the hit song “Zazu” uploaded a video to Instagram depicting the moment he gave a beggar collecting alms N1000. While other natives urged the elderly man to accept the financial present before leaving, netizens had conflicting opinions.
Despite his reputation for generating controversy, controversial singer Portable is a rising artist who knows how to express affection when he is out and about. The Zazu hitmaker chose to bless an elderly beggar while he was in Egypt, just as he does when he storms neighborhoods in Lagos.
In a video shared on Instagram, Portable was captured alongside some friends when he spotted the alms beggar.
He reached for his bag and shared his intention to give the man N1000 while assuring his friend that the man would collect the money.
The singer proceeded to call on the man and handed the N1000 note to him. The beggar appeared slightly confused until some indigenes explained the currency that was given to him. He appreciated Portable’s kind gesture and quickly walked away. Sharing the post, he wrote: “Who go help you no go stress you .”
In another news The “Zazu Zeh” artist recently took a plane to the nation of North Africa for his concert, which is set for September 23.
However, Portable took to the streets of Cairo, the nation’s capital, and spent some time with Egyptians who were eager to see him.
Speaking, Portable said that he is the most talked-about “Zazu” and asked one of the men if he had heard of “Zazuu.”
In response, the Egyptian man stated that he doesn’t understand English only Arabic.
Portable then went on to ask him if he didn’t go to school.
In his words:
“You don’t go school? you no go school?”
The singer subsequently continued his journey while hailing other fans on the street.
Captioning the video, he wrote:
“ZAzuu Virus 🦠Aza Man Idamu Cairo 🌍 Wahala Musician The Street Problem My Face Show 🌟🌟🌟🌟”
Watch the video below: