Odemwinge is sick, needs help, says Musician Peter Okoye

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OrijoReporter.com, Peter Odemwingie

Peter Okoye of the Psquare fame has alleged that former Super Eagles star, Peter Odemwingie, is sick and needed help.

Mr P as the singer is now called stated this in an online spat between him and Odemwinge.

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The ex-international fired the first salvo alleging the music star of using his lottery company, Zoom, to swindle unsuspecting public.

He wrote in an Instagram post, “@peterpsquare you are robbing people in broad daylight with that your nonsense business and now you want to take even Christmas from them? You no dey fear God at all?”

Okoye in response via the same medium, said the retired footballer cut a sick figure and is in a state of sanctimony and religious bigotry occasioned by indoctrination.

The post, “Bro I tried to ignore, but I am so disappointed in you! If you are now close to God does not make you feel others are close to the devil! I own a registered and licensed lottery platform just like every other individual does both here and abroad. But coming to spill this rubbish just because you feel you are now closer to God! Bro my music never brought you close to this your God in particular! Bro you have been Brainwashed Period! You look sick and you need help? Learn to mind your business and focus on that your God and your life! DISAPPOINTED.”

Recall that sometime this week, Odemwinge also took to the social media to accuse former teammate, Kanu Nwankwo’s wife, Amara, of chasing him and tore into their son, alleging him of practicing fake Christianity.

He wrote, “How can a wife of a legend like @kingkanu4 be chasing me for a chat relentlessly (check your DM, check your DM ) na by force? @amarakanu.

“Your husband has my number and it’s not in our culture to msg another man without asking your husband.

“Moreover you are wearing an arsenal kit and he can ask them for advice about knee surgery because he also suffered from similar issues.

“Your son can’t have a cross on his neck and make those hand signs. That’s fake Christianity if you didn’t know ok. Our people sell their own to conform to African American.

“@amarakanu, why why why Amara? (Delailah). We love our strong man Papilo. Wash your hands well oh. And most importantly your hearts as I am preaching to many now. Nigeria? is more precious to God than America?”

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