So, Jude Okoye is the elder brother of twins- Peter and Paul Okoye of the Psquare group. (Both now run a solo career with the stage name Mr.P and Kingrudy) Jude celebrated his birthday with his family indoor. He and his beautiful family had lots of fun swimming in the pool. In the picture was another family which happened to be his brother- Paul Okoye aka Kingrudy and his beautiful children.

So what happened to Peter Okoye (Mr. P) and his family? They were missing in the picture. It is no longer news that there is this feud between Peter, his twin Paul and their elder brother- Jude Okoye. Paul is closer to his elder brother- Jude Okoye, than his twin- Peter Okoye; can you just imagine?

How long do they want to go on with this feud? They should please snap out of it before their November 18th birthday because as a blogger and a loyal fan of their music; I don dey vex.  If by November 18th they don’t quit this act; I would stop being the loyal fan I have been for over 16 years now.

Believe you me, I would know when they reconcile. The first step to knowing if all is well again with the Okoyes is when the trio resume to sharing things about themselves on their various social media handles again. Gush! It is so bad that Peter doesn’t share anything about Paul and his family again while Paul doesn’t share anything about Peter and his family again. They don’t even wish each other a happy birthday again on Novemebr 18th. Chai! This is really bad! O bag gan ni! Aye ti wo!

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