‘Blood Is Thicker Than Zobo’ – Reactions As Peter and Paul Okoye Hug Each Other After They Parted Ways Five Years Ago (VIDEO)

The peace pipe has been smoked once again as Nigerian twins and singers Peter and Paul Okoye of the defunct PSquare see eye to eye on their birthday.

Path to reconciliation loomed after the duo started following each other on Instagram. Reports that Peter went out with his twin brother’s children on a shopping spree at the mall also emerged after Anita Okoye shared the captured moment online.

The twin brothers were seen in a video making rounds online hugging and shaking hands five years after they parted ways.

Watch video below;

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See how netizens reacted;

ordegafrancisca17 wrote; This is beautiful to watch ❤️❤️❤️❤️

iam_julicious wrote; 😍😍😍 simply beautiful and satisfying to watch. 💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽May the peace and reunion last forever 🙏🏽

skimmedia_arts wrote; They fight every Eke market days. They should just stay together this time.

nyore_jevwe wrote; Awwwwwwwn….na so life suppose be …Blood is thicker than zobo😍😍😍😍

theodora_etim wrote; This one na national reunion we suppose throw party because this quarrel follow affect us too

favourhomes_properties wrote; Nkea a tom piece 😍😍❤️❤️ family is family and will continue to be family no matter what 🔥

obaomotola wrote; Water drop for my eyes! God please guide this brothers

Let’s also not forget that the twins marked their birthday today, November 18. Both of them turned 40 years and took to their respective Instagram pages to celebrate together.

Paul shared a photo of himself together with Peter with caption, ‘Happy special birthday to us cc @peterpsquare‘

While Peter on the other hand also shared the same picture with caption; “It’s our Birthday! Cc @iamkingrudy”

See their posts below;


Source: NaijaOnPoint.com.ng

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