Paul Okoye, Nigerian singer and former member of P-Square, defunct music group, recently paid a visit to Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, ooni of Ife.


This is coming at about the time when the ooni hosted Teddy A and Bambam, two former housemates of the Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) reality television show, who tied the knot on September 7.

The 37-year-old songwriter, who is better known as Rudeboy, took to his Instagram on Friday to share a video of himself singing and gesticulating alongside the monarch to ‘Audio Money’, his recently released song.

In the clip, the ooni is seen sitting on his throne while flanked on both sides by other individuals including Okoye as they all vibe with gusto to the newly released track.


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ROYAL INVITATION 👑 when Royalty vibes to your song 🎼 #audiomoney🔥🚒 #africanroyalty cc @judeengees @rajishehu 😎 outfit by @amdiddyy … Audio money link on my bio 😎🔥🚒

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In ‘Audio Money’, Okoye sends strong cautionary words to those who are in the habit of living fake lives and also those who adorn their social media handles with contents that portray them as wealthy individuals.


He also admonishes those hosting giveaways when, in reality, they face financial woes.

“Everybody rich for Instagram. Poor man no dey for Instagram. Living fake life with cheap data. Calm down, Why you wan kill yourself?” Rudeboy can be heard saying in the song.

‘Audio Money’ also comes on the heels of his critically acclaimed single ‘Reason With Me’, which has received massive airplay and topped charts across the country.

Ever since his split from P-Square in 2017, Okoye has repeatedly themed the lines of his song on the financial struggles and societal ills that bedevil the common man.


Apart from leveraging on his platform as a musician to speak against social vices, the singer recently joined the long-drawn fray in criticizing operatives of the Nigerian police.

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