- Osaze Odemwingie earlier blasted Mr P for over his zoom lottery business
- The half of the defunct P-Square has replied the former player claiming he is disappointed
- Osaze has stated that no one sees behind the scenes when people lose money
Former Super Eagles star Osaze Odemwingie has backed his claims with fresh reasons as regards why he lambasted Peter Okoye, one half of the defunct musical group P-square.
The former player had alleged that the sensational music artiste was using his zoom lottery game to extort money from unsuspecting people.
Osaze had reacted to trending video clip shared by Peter on his official Instagram handle with a comment saying many of his songs had brought him to God and warned the former Stoke City star to desist.
After 'attacking' Nwankwo Kanu's wife, Odemwingie slams Peter Okoye for extorting money from the public
The 39-year-old has, however, emerged with fresh reasons why he earlier blasted the music icon warning his fans to steer clear of g**bling. He wrote:
“I clear some issues for our people. Careful with g**bling because we don’t see what happens behind the scenes when people lose money or borrow to play. God bless Nigeria."
Recall that after the initial rant, Mr P swiftly responded to the claims that he was using the zoom lottery competition to rob anyone.
The music icon stated that he tried to ignore, but feels disappointed in the ex-footballer, adding that the business is registered both in Nigeria and abroad.
"Bro I tried to ignore, but I'm so disappointed in you! If you are now close to God does it mean you are now close to the devil!
"I own a registered and lottery platform just like every other individual does both here and abroad. But coming to spill this rubbish just because you are closer to God!
"Bro my music never got me close to this your God in particular! Bro you have been brainwashed period! You look sick and you need help?"
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Super Eagles came third at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations and despite playing nine matches after the tournament, the players and coaching staff have not been paid a dime in allowances or bonuses.
This is according to an anonymous source in the team who disclosed this to popular Nigerian journalist Osasu Obayiuwana.
About a hundred per cent of the present squad are made up of players plying their trade abroad and despite being invited to return home to represent their country, the report claims the players do not get even a 'red cent'.
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