It seems all is not well with one of the duo of P-Square, Peter Okoye and their elder brother, Jude Okoye. ENCOMIUM Weekly’s check revealed that the two seem not to be getting over their differences. Sources maintain that there is an alleged rancour between them.
It was alleged that peter intentionally shunned Jude’s wedding held on Thursday, July 17, 2014, in Anambra state. We gathered that, Peter had no reason to be absent at his brother’s wedding as he had no engagement that might have taken him away from the event. Every other family member was present to give their brother support he needed that day except Peter Okoye, who was said to have stayed back in his house enjoying with his friends. He even went as far as posting pictures of him and his friends on Instagram on the said day.
Fans and friends who made their concern known were politely insulted by the talented singer. He insisted his family is more important than any other thing. The hip hop crooner, who couldn’t attend his elder brother’s wedding was however present at his sister’s wedding. Mary’s wedding held on Wednesday, August 6, 2014 in Asaba, Delta state.
He went ahead to post pictures he took with the celebrant and hubby on their wedding day. The pictures he took with family and friends were all over Instagram. The same thing he did during Jude Okoye’s wedding.
A couple of months back, rumour had it that the talented duo were going their separate ways because of irreconcilable differences. It was alleged that the disagreement between the twins and their elder brother was caused by Lola Omotayo, Peter’s wife who is allegedly not in good terms with Jude Okoye.
Jude was also absent during Peter’s traditional wedding but he was present at Paul’s traditional wedding. Reliable sources said he went for an engagement and could not make it to his brother’s ceremony.
ENCOMIUM Weekly called Peter Okoye’s spokesperson, Bayo Adetu on Thursday, August 14, 2014, but he maintained sealed lips about the issue insisting that he was not in the right position to talk about it. “I am not in a position to talk about it.”