While the Okoye brothers fight it out, their wives are staying away from the fray. It only took a cyptic shot by Paul Okoye which alluded to an unknown woman ‘trying to destroy’ brothers before fans suspected he may have been referring to his twin’s wife. Peter on the other hand has made it clear that his nuclear family comes before anything and is fearful for his life as his elder brother Jude had threatened to shoot his wife in the past.
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While the Okoye brothers fight it out, their wives are staying away from the fray. But that is not to say the women are unimportant: all three exert a certain level of influence on their husbands.
Here’s a quick look at the women that make up the warring Psquare dynasty.
1. Lola Omotayo-Okoye
The oldest of the Okoye wives, the former Miss Omotayo met Peter in Enugu and had been with him for quite a while. The couple welcomed their first child Cameron in 2008 before eventually getting married in an elaborate wedding in November 2013.
Lola who met Peter when the Psquare duo were just starting out in the industry, once disclosed the reason she stuck with Peter through the years. ‘When I met my husband, people were like what are you doing with him, he has nothing but I stood my ground and chose to stick with him because he had a dream. He and his twin brother did not let their dream die, they worked hard, look at them today! I stuck by him because he had focus and drive and today I am happy, I have a good life, we are happy and we have got a beautiful family’.
Lola has been the scapegoat of the Psqaure beef since it started with rumours of the twins’ late mother’s refusal to accept a ‘Yoruba’ wife. Peter on his part insists that she’s the love of his life and nothing can change that.