Mr. P Wins N38 million Bet on Chelsea Match


Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye, popularly known as Mr P just got lucky as he earned himself almost forty million naira from a bet.

Okoye had placed a bet with a certain individual and Chelsea’s win earned him over thirty million naira

The singer also revealed that the same person is about to place another bet of over seventy million naira in the finals


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The entertainer had placed a bet with an individual over the Chelsea versus Madrid match that happened on Wednesday, May 5.

Chelsea won and Okoye got the N38m naira which had been staked on the bet.

The singer also said that he could feel himself getting more money as the same person is set to place a bet of over seventy million naira on the final football match.

He wrote:

“Who would believe I am $100k richer tonight after Chelsea’s win against Madrid, And the individual is about to $200k Bet again in the finals against Man city. I smell more money.”

Here’s what people had to say about Peter Okoye’s revelation:

@HarYORindE770: “No wonder bro, that jubilation yesterday was madt. I told someone that that can not be just because Chelsea won. congrats ooo, soft work.”

@the_odd-og: “Baba take the money from the guy. We’re winning the final. Make sure to do a giveaway for the street from the $200k when we lift the trophy.”

@festman4sure:”The smell of more money is good.”

@eze_agozie:”From that celebration, I know say e sure for you, and the final you predicted is here remember to cut soap for me ooh abi shower gel. Congratulations.”

Mr P, however, joined another fan who defended him by rolling out the amount of money he made from ticket sales for his upcoming show.

The singer also shared a screenshot of the exchange and used the opportunity to address fans like that who were still hopeful of a PSquare reunion.

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