What Paul Okoye’s (Rudeboy) Lawyer Said About Divorce From Anita, Wife

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The crashed marriage between one half of the defunct P-Square, Paul Okoye (Rudeboy), and his wife Anita, the singer’s lawyer has denied any knowledge of the development.

The lawyer, Somadina Eugene Okorie said he is yet to receive any official briefing about the reported break up which filtered into the media space on Friday morning.

It will be recalled that Naija News previously reported based on leaked divorce papers that Anita has filed for divorce from Rudeboy, indicating an end to the relationship between the couple who have been together for 17 years and have been married for 7 years.

They have three kids between them, Andre and their twins, Nadia and Nathan.

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However, despite the divorce papers going viral on the social media space, counsel to Rudeboy said he has not received any official briefing on the matter and has therefore called for calm.

“I don’t think this subject worth breaking a sweat on, since as I talk with you, I’m yet to receive a brief touching the news already in circulation.” If the story is real, I would have been briefed by now and this is devoid of sentiments,” he told ENigeria Newspaper on Friday morning.

Paul Okoye (Rudeboy) married Anita in a lavish ceremony in Port Harcourt in 2014.

Meanwhile, fashion impresario, Omoniyi Makun, popularly known as Yomi Casual, has taken to his social media to advise married men on the importance of listening to their wives.

The celebrity fashion designer via his Instagram page urged that men drop their ego and pride and listen to their wives when they ask them to avoid certain people or places, revealing that some women see beyond what men see.

He also added that it’s a God-given gift to women.

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