Peter Okoye of Psquare is giving us serious daddy goals. The singer-dancer recreated an old video of himself and his daughter Aliona to wish her a happy birthday.
Aliona Okoye turns 6 today and her parents took to Instagram to celebrate her. Peter did so by recreating a video created when Aliona was 2.
In the old video, Peter Okoye is seen singing ‘Eja Jo’, one of the hit songs by P-Square, while Aliona chimed in now and again. The new video shows them singing the same song with Aliona looking bigger and surer of herself. Watch video below;
Aliona Okoye is the second of Peter’s kids. His male child, Cameron Okoye , recently made it into FC Barcelona Lagos team after his tryout and his dad was super proud of him.
The Team, FCBESCOLA LAGOS is modelled on FCBarcelona’s own youth system, a center for youth development and grassroot empowerment, using football as the medium of empowerment.
Peter couldn’t contain his excitement as he shared on instagram with caption…
Completely totally proud of you @cameronokoye10 (son) for making it into the team after the tryout at Fc Barcelona Lagos @fcbescolalagos .You have made us all Proud. Congratulations and Good luck son ����� #SoccerStarInTheMaking#FutureStar #TheYoungShallGrow Cc @lolaomotayo_okoye
Peter Okoye on Inspiration 92.3fm spoke more about his feud with his brothers, Paul and Jude. Peter says he doesn’t hate anyone but it is just that they can’t do business (music) together again. He also said aside that, he is trying to make peace with them (his brothers) but they are not ready. While answering fans who called in, Peter said;
“It’s not about us singing together that really matters because that’s what you guys know. But think about it, this could be a blessing in disguise. I’m not trying to break the family or make anyone look bad. I don’t hate anybody and I’m not trying to make my brothers feel bad. I wish everybody the best.
“Everybody is doing well now, let’s just keep it that way. I came out to sing alone to show people I can sing because if I hadn’t done so people will keep thinking otherwise. My mother, if she was alive, would have said we should remain together but not do music (business) together. I’m doing my best to settle with my family but they (family) are not ready. However, for the business aspect, I’m done.”
Do you think it was wise for the duo to have separated?