Celebrities Behaving Badly, Music Business

Celebrities Behaving Badly: Peter Okoye, Husband to Lola Omotayo, Teases Fans in an Inappropriate Fashion

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We all know Peter is now a married father of three. We also all know that his major selling point includes his body. Unlike his twin, Paul, Peter really works hard at selling his body at every point possible whether he is on the job performing or on social media hanging out. However is this kind of teasing appropriate? From a brand management perspective and in general, I believe it is inappropriate and quite immature.

Do you agree or disagree? Let me know your thoughts.

Peter is married to the beauty below:
Lola Omotayo - Makeup by Banke Meshida Lawal

Peter Okoye Teases Fans Inappropriately
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