Nigerian singer Peter Okoye called out for allegedly wearing fake Richard Mille wristwatch (photos)

Nigerian singer Peter Okoye called out for allegedly wearing fake Richard Mille wristwatch (photos)

- Popular Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye, was recently called out on social media

- The music star was accused of wearing a fake Richard Mille wristwatch and the original is said to cost millions

- Peter aka Mr P was called out by a page dedicated to calling out people with fake designer wristwatches on social media known as Fakewatchbuster

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Popular Nigerian celebrity, Peter Okoye popularly called Mr P, is no doubt known for being a fashionista in the entertainment industry but one of his fashion pieces recently got him the wrong kind of attention on social media.

The music star was recently called out by a page on Instagram known as Fakewatchbuster for allegedly wearing a fake Richard Mille wristwatch.

The Instagram page which is notorious for its reputation of calling out known personalities for allegedly wearing fake wristwatches recently set its sight on Peter Okoye.

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Nigerian singer Peter Okoye called out for allegedly wearing fake Richard Mille wristwatch (photos)

Nigerian singer Peter Okoye was recently called out for allegedly wearing a fake wristwatch. Photos: @peterpsquare, @fakewatchbuster / IG.
Source: Instagram

According to FWB, the music star was spotted wearing a fake Fugazi Richard Mille RM055 Bubba Watson. The page went ahead to share a photo of the singer rocking his time piece as well as a photo of the original as they went ahead to state the differences.

FWB explained that Peter’s watch had wrong dial proportions, different size of screws, wrong crown shape, among other things. It was also explained that the original of the time piece was worth approximately $233k.

See Fakewatchbuster’s post below:

Interesting.

Peter Okoye is not the only Nigerian star to have gotten under Fakewatchbuster’s radar. Popular comedian, AY Makun, was also recently called out for allegedly wearing a fake wristwatch.

According to the page, the Nigerian celeb wore a fake Richard Mille watch. They explained that a genuine version of the wristwatch is worth around $255k (N98,218,350) and it also proceeded to share evidence as to why AY’s own was a fake.

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Fake watch buster explained that a Richard Mille RM055 Bubba Watson white ceramic does not come with a black mid case like AY’s own. The page added that AY’s case was too thick, there was a difference in his bezel screws, the external frame was too wide, to name a few.

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