Pastor No Won Go Heaven – Portable New Song Shades Apostle Suleman

Controversial singer, Portable, has shaded equally controversial man of God, Apostle Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministries International.

Portable has released a new single which is a direct shade at the controversial man of God.

The Zazu Zeh hitmaker attacks Suleman over the gunman attack he suffered many years ago.

Portable said as a man of God, Suleman had bulletproof cars to protect him, yet his own security detail did not have bulletproof cars to protect them and neither does his congregation.

He also wondered why a man of God was afraid of going to heaven.

Portable sang:

Pastor no wan go heaven again o
Comot your eye for church money
Na pastor get am
Members donated bulletproof car for the pastor
And the same pastor got attack by who
By unknown gunmen
Security wey dey guide pastor o
Dem no get bulletproof car
Members wey dey follow pastor o
Dem no get bulletproof car
Only pastor and family
Dem dey use bulletproof car

Pastor no wan go heaven
Why you no wan heaven
Pastor no wan go heaven again o
(Apostoli must to hear this)
Apostoli must to hear this
(Apostoli must to hear this)
Pastor no wan go heaven
Why you no wan heaven
Pastor no wan go heaven again o

The song is a clear dig from Portable at Apostle Suleman.

Apostle is the second track on Portable’s debut album, Son Of Ika.

Listen below…


Portable was born Habeeb Okikiola on March 12th, 1994 in Abeokuta. He is a native of Ogun State in Southwest Nigeria. He is a Yoruba.

The musician is 28 years old. Portable is a Muslim. He was raised in the faith by his parents, Mr and Mrs Okikiola.

Growing up in Abeokuta, Portable also picked up the Yoruba language at an early age due to communicating in it with his parents, family and friends.

Portable was influenced by top American rappers as a child.

Dr DreTupac ShakurThe Notorious B.I.G and Snoop Dogg were all heavy influences in his early life.

He started composing rap songs in their style which polished his love for music.

Later, the rise of indigenous rap artists like Lord of Ajasa, Dagrin, Danny Young, Olamide and others encouraged him to take up Yoruba rap.

The Yoruba rapper’s major breakthrough arrived through his 2020 collaboration with his mentor of sorts, Olamide.

The artiste featured Olamide and Poco Lee on his 2020 banger Zazu Zeh.

The song became a household hit and rapidly catapulted him to fame.


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