If there is anything that is making former member of the defunct music group P-Square, Rudeboy happy now, then it is him spending time with his children as he shared photos of himself posing with his kids on his official Instagram page, after reports had suggested that his wife was denying him access to his children who are now living abroad, following their marital feud that saw the wife Anita Okoye, filing for a divorce.
Many people had prayed that the talented singer will out his difference with his wife aside and resolve to settle issues amicably which seems to be coming into fruition now, as he has been able to see his children with a video showing the moment when he linked up with his kids, showing an emotional state that saw his kids looking very happy and full of joy, as they get to see him again after such a long time in the video which drew quite some reactions from his fans who advised that he should ensure he does whatever it takes to keep his family together, as a break-up by himself and his wife might affect the kids growing up.
With the picture he shared, it seems everything is getting back to normal, only that the wife Anita Okoye, is yet to be seen around the Broke Land crooner, which might be a reason to worry as people are saying that she is yet to want to put aside their differences, a situation which report suggests is been worked on to see the full family reunited, so they can get back to being that dream couple many people look up to, and cherish given the story behind their coming together as man and wife even when Rudeboy was only an upcoming musician.
Images Credits: Rudeboy's Instagram page.
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