Friday, September 29

“I am a great singer, multi-instrumentalist and a great dancer” - Peter Okoye claims


“I-am-a-great-singer,-multi-instrumentalist-and-a-great-dancer” - Peter-Okoye-claims
P'square’s Peter Okoye is here again to tell you what he can do, this time, he is bragging about being a great singer, multi-instrumentalist and a great dancer.

Here’s what he listed about himself;
 “Things that you don’t know about me! Don’t be deceived by what they told y’all. I AM! and I repeat! I AM A GREAT SINGER and A Multi-instrumentalist and A Great Dancer! Don’t be Deceived! One love?? #DontJudgeMe #TimeWillTell ????????? #KoolestDude #MrP#AirCleared #coolitdown #PclassicRecords#ChangeIsConstant”
You recall, during his bare it all interview last year, Psquare Peter Okoye revealed he was betrayed by his twin brother Paul when he realised Paul had told the Mavins crew that he, Peter, doesn’t sing or write songs.
‘‘I went to the Mavin studio to meet Tiwa. When I got there, she asked for the CD and I told her Paul didn’t give me any CD, so I called him again and gave the phone to Tiwa and [he] told her on phone that the CD is at Omole, so I got into the studio, recorded my verse and when I finished, everybody was clapping. I was surprised to realize that Paul had [told] them that I don’t sing or write songs.’

I felt really bad and betrayed, but I covered up for him. I jokingly asked Teebillz if they gave him Red Label and he said yes, so I was like you guys caused it, and we laughed over it.

So when my assistant went to pick up the CD, Paul and Jude started shouting at him to ‘ask Peter what is he doing at the Mavin studio? He knows how we work.’

The next day, I went to Paul and told him how I felt when I heard what he said. Only for Jude to say that he made Paul the lead singer of P-Square 8 years ago! A leader leads, he doesn’t destroy.’

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