Young Duu, a Nigerian singer formerly signed to Zeh Nation, a record label owned by Portable, has accused his former label boss of threatening his life.

In a recent statement made during a live video, Young Duu revealed that he was beaten on the street by individuals who identified him as not Portable’s boy.

He further mentioned that during his time under the label, Portable had attempted to use him for a ritual, but the attempt was unsuccessful.

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He advised Portable to leave him alone and focus on his own first son, given that he himself is already a father.

His statement: “He tried to use me for a ritual, but I was saved and ended up in the hospital. He was angry that I didn’t die. May things not get better for you.”

“You’re an unfortunate person. We used to smoke together in the street, yet I called you brother. You’ll never find fortune.”

Young Duu made several other statements in the attached video, which has been linked in the article below.

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