Nigerians send thunder to people praising Prince Harry but insulted Peter Okoye for defending

March 8, 2021
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Peter Okoye started trending this morning after the explosion interview of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle went viral on social media. Nigerians began to call out their fellow Nigerians who are Hypocrites. 


During the interview of Prince Harry and Meghan with Oprah, they revealed alot of things. Meghan says she once had suicidal thoughts after being bullied and harassed by the tabloids in the UK. Recently, she won her lawsuit against a popular UK tabloid, DailyMail. 

During the same interview, Meghan revealed that before her son, Archie, was born, the Royal family questioned her about the skin colour of the unborn child. She revealed alot of things. She also revealed that Tyler Perry helped her and her husband when they left the UK. He allowed them in his house for seven (7) months, until things began to work properly for them.

After their incredible interview, Nigerians began to show support for Peter Okoye who defended his wife from his brothers. In many reports, it has been revealed that Paul and Jude Okoye don’t like Peter’s wife, Lola Omotayo-Okoye.

Reactions from Nigerians below:

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