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“Y’all Pu*sy As F*ck” – Davido Slams People Who Attended Psquare’s Birthday Party Separately

Davido expresses sadness over unending beef between the Okoye twin brothers.

Popular Nigerian singer, Davido has taken to social media to blast people who seperately attended the birthday party of Peter and Paul Okoye of the now defunct music group, P-Square.

"Y'all Pu*sy As F*ck" - Davido Slams People Who Attended Psquare’s Birthday Party Separately 1

The twin brothers who had since 2015 gone their separate ways over a very serious family feud, had separated their 39th birthday parties in their various houses.

While Peter had an indoor party with friends, Paul’s party had in attendance a number of celebrities including Yemi Alade, Harrysongz, and Jude Okoye.

Davido who seemed displeased with how things has panned out between the pair, took to his Twitter page and slammed the birthday attendees, calling them “pu*sy as fu*k”.

“Y’all niggas that wen to Peter and Paul’s bday separately y’all pussy as fuck!! Them niggas is TWINS !! Not my business but Shit hurts I’m angry Walai”

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KanyiDaily recalls that Peter’s wife, Lola Omotayo had taken to her Instagram page where she shared a birthday message to celebrate the twins, urging them to reconcile after years of beefing each other.

However, Paul Okoye blasted her over the birthday message, saying Lola Omotayo is the brain behind their fight and she’s a manipulative person.

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