PSquare Brothers: Man Shares Bad State of Alleged Family House of Singers in Village With Their Parents’ Grave

PSquare Brothers: Man Shares Bad State of Alleged Family House of Singers in Village With Their Parents’ Grave

  • A video of the alleged family house of the popular singers PSquare brothers have been circulating on social media
  • In the video, the man showed the state of the Okoye's family house and even proved it with the graves of their parents
  • Nigerians who reacted to the video criticised the man as they questioned his motive for recording the video

An unidentified man has taken to social media to share a video about the popular Okoye brothers, PSquare, and their family home in the village.

In the trending video, the man showed the bad state of the PSquare family house. He slightly shaded them about their wealth.

PSquare's house in village
Man shares video of alleged PSquare's house in village. Credit: @gossipboyz11 @iamkingrudy
Source: Instagram

He also showed the singers' parents' graves close to each other with their names imprinted on them to further confirm that it's really their home in the village.

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In the video, the man also pointed out that their uncle's house is close to PSquare's compound.

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Watch the video below:

Nigerians react to the video

Social media users across the country have reacted differently to the video of the family house in the village allegedly belonging to the Okoyes. Most of them blasted the man who recorded the video. picked some of the comments below:


"And so? If it pains him so much he should build a foundation for them."


"Help them repair it naw or you just want to chase clout?"


"What was his aim of the recording tho? That their house has been left unattended? Yes it has and?"


"Next thing people will start having problems and they will start looking for those to blame. What is your business with somebody's family and private life?"

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"Make them come back them Una come out tracker for their remaining destiny. Thanks no thanks."

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The singer declared that anyone who doesn't have a Permanent Voters' Card (PVC) will not be allowed to visit him.

He also said that any of his entourage members who didn't have a PVC will not travel with him. Nigeria reacted differently to his declaration.


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