Nigerian music star Peter Okoye now known as Mr. P has once again thrown shades at his perceived enemies who thought he wasn' t going to survive after splitting from his twin brother, Paul and their group, Psquare.
The ex- member of the defunct group, while responding to a fan via his Facebook page on Wednesday, September 21, 2021 said his enemies are bleeding because he has proven them wrong.
" One with God is majority! …. So I stay focused on the mission because my main focus is to remain focused! I' m outside and inside! " the fan, Takerada Simon wrote.
" Takerada Simon Trust me they didn' t go mute! My God only disappointed them, " Paul Okoye replied.
" Meanwhile, other followers took to the comment section to eulogise the African music star for his perseverance.
Your hustling spirit is simply the best. "
" Your success is purely on consistent hardworking and there' s nothing one can' t achieve through hardworking and determination.
Keep it up and enjoy yourself, " Pius Ufaroh wrote.
Otinya Onuchi also had this to tell the singer cum dancer.
" You are on point master life is all about focus and determination, the best advice for you can everly get is list to yourself. "
The Okoye brothers have been at loggerheads since 2017 and it is safe to conclude that this has been one of the biggest celebrity fights recorded in the history of the Nigerian music industry.
Rumours of their separation first broke in 2015 which was later put to rest by Peter.
However, by 2017, it became evident that the twin brothers were no longer compatible. They will split.
The ugliest thing happened before their split as the brothers dragged each other on social media.
From Instagram and Facebook shade to Twitter slamming, it was quite an eyesore.
They even shocked many after a viral video of the brothers almost exchanging blows at their lawyer' s office to insulting each other.
Well we hope for a comeback someday to enjoy their beautiful voices and dances.
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by Sefakor Fekpe
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