Paul and Jude Okoye visit Ooni of Ife, royal father mouths singer's latest single (video)

Paul and Jude Okoye visit Ooni of Ife, royal father mouths singer's latest single (video)

Nigerian singer Paul Okoye who is an ex-member of defunct musical group Psquare, recently paid a visit to the Ooni of Ife along with his elder brother Jude.

The singer, officially known as King Rudy, flooded his official Instagram page with group photos that were taken with the highly revered traditional leader.

In a video that was also shared by Paul, the Ooni was sighted singing the latest music single Audio Money that was released by the twin brother just a few weeks ago.

One of the photos showed the two brothers seated individually at the right and left hand side of the monarch as they posed for the camera.

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Sharing the post, Paul gushed about the feeling of having a royal vibing to his song.

See the post below:

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Followers were spotted in the comment section with mixed reactions, with some individuals noting that the picture would have been even more beautiful if the third brother, Peter, was present.

Read comments below:

d.nwokolo: "A king with a beautiful heart singing with Paul Okoye"

ruthietilleygyado: "This Oba sha likes celebrities. No dulling for him"

afroesanicsoundinc: "So awesome..I was just smiling and laughing throughout"

robertjackson007: "The undisputed king of music in Africa with the king Royalty"

panthera_raines: "How beautiful this picture would have been if both psquare was on it"

kgthekid25: "Nice but not complete without your brother Peter, please you guys should settle whatever on ground"

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered that ex-Psquare member also reacted to the recent xenophobic attacks against Nigerians that reside in South Africa. Paul condemned the attitude Nigerians are treated with in other countries including Nigeria; which is supposed to be their home.

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He stated that with the way Nigerians are rejected around the globe, there is no guarantee that they would be accepted in hell.

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