Saturday, 7 May 2016

Tiwa Savage's Marital Crisis: Peter Okoye Keeps Mom

Peter Okoye of Psquare was reportedly among the people who saved Tunji ‘TeeBillz’ Balogun from committing suicide when he attempted to jump off the Lekki-Ikoyi link bridge last week.
In an interview with Hip TV this week, he declined to comment on the Balogun's marital crisis, but offered his opinion on how to keep a marriage strong and less boring.

Below are excerpts from his interview...

Speaking on the Tiwa Savage and Teebillz marriage crisis, the father of two said;
"I don't want to make comment about it. It's very sensitive. I have made up my mind not to say anything about it. The way people are taking it.. You know, we are talking about life and death here. It's very sensitive and I would never comment. I would do anything to support and love them."
Speaking on how to keep a good marriage, Peter who is married to Lola Omotayo said;
"Just be yourself. Don't change just because you got married. Because I am married today, they say stop taking off your shirt. Stop behaving like as if you are not married. Listen, some people get married and they start living some kind of life just because they are married. I don't believe in people saying because you are married you shouldn't wear some kind of outfits. Any little thing, they'll say - don't you know you are married?. C'mon. Some people make marriage look very boring. I have seen boring marriages whereby people get married, they forget that, I mean you married your friend. 
"Ever since I got married & before I got married, my wife is like my friend. I love my wife to look sexy. I love when she wears some nice dresses that she normally wears. I don't want her to change because she's married. To start tying agbada. I'm sorry but it's people that make marriage look very boring. I don't want to belong there. I'm Peter Okoye and I remain Peter Okoye. I got married, I am Mr Peter Okoye and I still remain that way. I don't change for nobody. Trust Me."

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