Nigerian musician, songwriter, dancer and former member of the defunct music duo (P-Square) Peter Okoye, also known as Mr. P took to his official social media handle to share new lovely photos as he also seeks his fans opinion on why rice is mostly eaten on Sundays in Nigeria.
Peter, who could be seen on an aircraft started a Question and Answer session (Q&A) with his fans, over people’s choice of food for Sunday’s. Regarded as one of the most successful musician in the industry, Peter went solo in 2017 after the feud he had with his brother Paul (also known as Rude Boy), which went viral across various social media platforms.
According to Peter’s social media post;
“Please why do Nigerians eat rice on Sundays? Just curious. Or was it written in the constitution?”.
Check out shared photos from Peter’s social media posts;
Check out reactions from fans;
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