“Be like Dami and Ashabi don join hand for her head” – Reactions as Portable’s wife, Omobewaji, shares a cryptic post about snitching

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Omobewaji Zainab Badmus, the wife of controversial singer Portable, has shared a cryptic post about snitching.

Taking to her Instagram story to share a video of her vibing, she let an unidentified person know that she sees her snitching, but she is unbothered.

“I dey see your snitching, but we dey”.

One The Real Coco wrote, “She always throwing shade

One Mumcy Arewa wrote, “Which episode una wan start bayi

One Mary Ozioma Ozzy wrote, “Classless weird

One Marley Kween wrote, “Na their family problem be that

One Ade Diwura Ola wrote, “Be like Dami and Ashabi don join hand for her head

One Boss Bee Classy Chics Emporium wrote, “Wahala

One Tira Oluwa22 wrote, “Fuji’s house of commotion with the Olalomi’s”.

Last month, Bewaji surprised many as she showed love to two of her husband’s mistresses. Queen Dami, the estranged wife of the late Alaafin of Oyo and the girlfriend of the singer, had appreciated Bewaji over her support for her new business, as she had rocked one of her brand’s shades. Queen Dami appreciated her for patronising her brand as she called her Twinnie.

The sweet exchange between the two further proved that they were at peace with each other, as before the appreciation post, Queen Dami celebrated Bewaji’s son’s birthday, describing him as her darling son and praying for him, which left Bewaji thankful.

Similarly, one of his babymamas, Ashabi, celebrated the toddler’s birthday. Reposting his birthday photos, she rained prayers on him and affirmed love for him, and Bewaji also took to her comment section to appreciate her.

Ashabi’s show of love to Bewaji wasn’t surprising as Bewaji had dropped a comment on Ashabi’s Instagram post after she reminded her followers that no one is perfect and urged them to tolerate and manage each other.

Taking to her comment section, Bewaji stated that this is why she manages Ashabi, and Ashabi responded by telling her to manage her, hence why she is the head of the house.