Peter Okoye reveals he has peace of mind since he became a solo artist

Peter Okoye reveals he has peace of mind since he became a solo artist

- Peter Okoye has revealed he has had peace of mind ever since he became a solo artist

- The singer joked that he has been aging backward since he became Mr P and split from P-Square

- Okoye shared his thoughts on Twitter with a cute photo of himself

Singer and former member of now-defunct P-Square group, Peter Okoye, now known as Mr P, has shed some light on his life after splitting from his twin brother, Paul Okoye. Mr P took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to talk about it.

The singer revealed that ever since he became Mr P as a solo artist he has been aging backward. He stated that the source of his youthful appearance his peace of mind.

In the tweet, he also added that minding his business and drinking more water has also helped his case.

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Okoye asked people if they can beat his youthful appearance and peace of mind. He also shared the tweet with a photo of himself.

In the photo, the singer wore a blue t-shirt that blended perfectly with his skin tone. He was seen looking down seriously while he showed off his tattoed arm.

Peter Okoye

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had earlier reported that Mr P's twin brother recently opened up about their split. In a recent interview, Okoye stated that the cause of their split had nothing to do with their music. The Audio Money crooner said that the main cause of their split is tied to family issues.

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Source: Yen

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