A video recently surfaced showing Paul Okoye a.k.a Rude-Boy, one half of the defunct P-Square, riding a scooter.
In the hilarious video, the twin was captured mimicking a commercial motorcyclist known as Okada rider.
Watch the video below.
Paul and his twin brother, Peter, first split from the famous music duo, P-Square, in 2016. The twins split supposedly over a disagreement about the role of their manger—their elder brother, Jude.
However, they were able to patch things up, even releasing two new songs together later that year.
In 2017, their relationship degenerated further due to difference in opinion regarding what Peter perceived as a lopsidedness in individual input of songs which was getting featured on their joint albums.
He felt Paul getting a lion share of his songs selected and featured in their albums. This led to Peter refusing to do anything P-Square for weeks. Peter relocated taking his wife and kids from the mansion they both lived years and accommodated their extended family in.
A lawyer was also involved to help split their fortune as they were both involved in joint ventures over the years.
The duo has since gone solo and Peter Okoye now performing as Mr.P while Paul Okoye performs as Rudeboy or King Rudy.
On 8 October 2015, P-Square were given Range Rover SUVs from Globacom as Glo Ambassadors for their sponsorship of the #DanceWithPeter TV Radio entertainment programme. The programme brings dancers from around the world to showcase their talents for prizes.
Rude-Boy owns a number of expensive cars. His car collection includes a BMW X6, Range Rover Vogue, Jeep Wrangler, etc.