- Popular Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye of PSquare music group has spoken on his only fear in this life
- The father of two noted that his only fear is poverty and that he is very afraid of being broke
- Speaking further, Peter noted that death doesn’t scare him as he went ahead to share experiences from his childhood
Talented Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye of popular PSquare group, recently shared his thoughts on something that really scares him.
According to the much loved music star, he is very afraid of poverty or being broke.
Not stopping there, the father of two also spoke on death and noted that it does not scare him the way poverty does.
In his words:
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“I’m not afraid of death. The only thing I’m afraid of in this life is poverty, is being broke. I’ve tasted it before.”
He also went ahead to share some memories he had from his childhood when he experienced poverty.
Peter recounted how a bulldozer came and demolished the house he was living in with his parents when he was a child.
See the video below:
Nigerians speak on Peter Okoye’s fear of poverty
Peter’s declaration about being scared of poverty raised a lot of reactions from Nigerians. Read some of their comments below:
“My brother proverty na bas*tard.”
“Wow really this is really a testimony.”
“I swear my everyday struggle.”
“Wow... Thank God for your life. Some are still in that level. May God send helps to them. My greatest fear is being average. Normal is boring.”
“Same as me... my first and last thought everyday is how to make it legitly.. God bless us all please .”
“That is it bro. Poverty is the worst.”
Peter Okoye reacts as fan slams him for spending millions on jewellery
Valentine came early for music star, Peter Okoye, as he shared photos of himself getting new diamonds from the icebox.
Peter hinted that he got himself the new collection for Valentine and a fan queried him over his lavish spending.
The fan said the singer splashed millions on a diamond jewellery but he usually questions the government's spending.