Fans reacts as Mr P Peter Okoye Tweeted About LCC Toll Gate Reopening
By Hussle | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 3865 views
Peter Okoye better known as MrP is a performing Nigerian musician. MrP was once performing with his twin brother Paul Okoye with the stage name P-Square.
Around year 2016, the twin brothers went solo because of a fall out between them and their manager. In the year 2017, a lot of media houses reported that P-square is no more, that the group has broken up. It was reported that Peter reportedly sent a termination letter to the group's lawyer when the news of their break up was broken.
It is also believed that Peter Okoye has a close resemblance to the American singer Usher Raymond.
MrP took to his Twitter handle @PeterPsquare to share a tweet. This got many fans to react. Who of them jokingly retweeted:
"Blasphemy.... Nothing less, you can't try it with my other brothers."
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