Portable, Goya Menor attack each other over Headies win

Singer Portable

Music stars Portable and Goya Menor have thrown punches at each other over the latter winning an award over Portable at the 15th edition of the Headies.

The saga started last Sunday after Goya won the ‘Best Street Artiste’ award at this year’s The Headies which was held at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, Atlanta, USA.

The remix of ‘Ameno Amapiano’ by Menor and Nektunez, the Ghanaian singer, was adjudged winner of the category.

Shortly after the award ceremony, Portable, who was also nominated in the category but later disqualified over misconduct stormed Instagram to shade Goya and the organsers of the award, saying that Goya does not deserve the win.

Taking swipes at Portable in an Instagram post on Wednesday, Goya said he has a class in street hop music “because he has a degree and almost got the first class as an undergraduate.”

“I wonder who is comparing a BSc holder who almost made a first-class with someone who can’t even locate his kg3 result,” he wrote.

Goya also issued a warning to Portable who he told to behave himself or else he would be dealt with.

Firing back at the Headies winner, Portable dragged Goya’s father into their fight.

“You say I no go school, your father. I go school pass your father, I get money pass your father. I get glory pass you, I get money pass you, my face show pass you, you no blow reach me,” the Zazu star said.