‘Marry rich ladies when you make money’ – Paul Okoye advises men


Popular singer and half of PSquare Paul Okoye, also known as Rudeboy, has advised men to put in a lot of effort to earn money so they can eventually marry wealthy ladies.

He bemoaned the frightening rate at which women are requiring males to provide for their financial stability before entering into a relationship or marriage.

The vocalist of “Reason With Me” challenged poor men to rewrite history by marrying wealthy women when they eventually become wealthy.

He said everyone should work towards achieving financial stability regardless of gender.

On his Instagram account, Rudeboy wrote,

“The rate at which they keep saying men must be this financially, money bla bla bla before getting married or into relationship is alarming.

“Dear kings, change the narrative, chase money, make money and look for a rich girl. Make everybody go hustle.”

Recall that, Psquare and their sibling Jude Okoye, have been decided against by the Nigerian Supreme Court in their protracted legal dispute with promoter Mr. Patrick Arueze.

After a breach of contract, the three parties were ordered by the supreme court to pay N25 million to Arueze.

The case started when Patrick Arueze asked Psquare to play at an event in Benin City in 2011.

Arueze sued the musical duo in the Edo State High Court for breach of contract after the duo disregarded their end of the bargain.

The Okoye family made an effort to challenge the judgement, but their attempts were unsuccessful. They filed a motion of appeal and a motion to stop the execution.

After their appeals were denied by the Court of Appeal, Benin Division, they decided to pay the bill with a cheque drawn on a commercial bank.

The musicians attempted to stop the payment, though, by filing a second motion at the Court of Appeal, which was also denied, prolonging the legal drama.

Unfazed, they joined the bank in their attempt to appeal the ruling to the Supreme Court.

In the case, Justice Uwani Musa Abba-Aji took the side of Arueze, who was backed by a group of solicitors that included Mrs. Nosa Festus Ajayi, Dr. Samson Osage, and E. O. Afolabi, SAN.

In the end, the Supreme Court rejected the applicants’ application and granted one million naira as application fees.