The video director made it known that he did a video for the singer for free in the past.
Nigerian ace video director TG Omori has responded to the rants of street-hop singer, Portable, who called the cinematographer out over his rate card for a video.
Portable recently took to the internet to rant about the $50,000 he was charged by the director to shoot a new video, an act that has now gotten a reaction from TG.
In a now-deleted post, TG revealed that he shot the song that brought the singer to limelight, "Zazoo," for free, and that the price he gave the singer in their recent conversation was even discounted. He wrote:
Somebody tell portable Zazoo was a free video, did it without ever mentioning a word. Bruh has a video and never knew how it came about but his calling me out for a discounted price
This is not the first time an artiste has reacted to how "expensive" it is to hire the well-known director. Rapper Blaqbonez did some while back, which even prompted him to self-direct the visuals for his buzzing song 'Back in Uni'