Drama as Cameroonian artist calls out Portable over intellectual property theft, vows to deal with him

Cameroonian singer, Kitz has called out the contentious crooner, Portable Omolalomi over alleged intellectual property theft while threatening to descend heavily on him peradventure they meet.

Taking to his Facebook page, the artiste narrated how he reached out to Portable for collaboration and sent him links to his works only for him to wake up to Portable naming his album ‘Voice of the Streets’, the same name he gave to an album he dropped months back.

He also tackled Portable over his yet-to-be-released ‘Aza Man’ track as he claimed that he had already done a song with the same title and Portable is basically copying him.

He concluded by promising to slap Portable whenever he catches him.

In his words:

I remember contacting Portable telling him i rep the streets in Cameroon and we could do a song together. I sent him links and he even subscribed to my youtube channel. Last week i woke up to portable naming his Album « Voice of the Streets » same as i had named my album VOTS months before his. As if that was not enough yesterday he named the first song off his album « Aza Man » Same as i had named the first song off my album. Everyone here can bear me witness. The truth is if i copied from a Nigerian artist like this Cameroonains will be on my head. Thats a Nigerian artist copying from your own.What are you going to do? Let it go or say its just a coincidence lol. If i catch this peri portable eeh some slap wey i give e. Pima! 😡🤦🏾‍♂️!!!

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