Jude Okoye addresses ladies undergoing cosmetic surgeries

Jude Okoye, the former manager of the defunct group, Psquare, has taken to social media to addresse ladies undergoing cosmetic surgeries.

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According to the elder brother to the Okoye twins, he only hopes that ladies who undergo cosmetic surgeries, take the big step to boost their low self esteem and make them more confident as against doing it to make themselves more desirable to men.

He noted that the surgery does not make them more desirable and as such if that’s the opinion they have, they should become enlightened before taking the huge step. He wrote;

To all Naija women clinically enhancing their butts. Hope it’s for your ‘personal’ self esteem cos it doesn’t make you more desirable in any way. #MyOpinion

Jude Okoye recently said he did not sacrifice his career for the P-Square group.

Jude Okoye said;

“I had my first album done in Jos in 1995 and all the friends around me told me that it was good and record labels would pay me good money for it. As a result of that, I took a flight of N2000 from Jos to Lagos in search of a record label that would pay me for the album. I went with two empty Ghana-must-go bags because I expected that they would pay me a lot of money.

Even though I didn’t know anybody there, I went to Ivory Music to see the talent manager. But when I got to the company, they told me that he was on leave and I would have to come back the next week.

That’s when reality dawned on me because I hadn’t planned on how I was going to get back to Jos. From there, I went to the Ijora motor park hoping to take a bus back to Jos.

On getting there, I found out that the bus fare was N600. I didn’t have that money so I ended up sleeping under the bridge. Being that my mother was a prophetess in Jos; once in a while, I ran into people who knew her and they gave me some money.

From there, I was able to get an attachment bus ticket, which meant I had to stand all through the trip from Lagos to Jos. After that experience, I still went back to Ivory Music two months after.

It was then I met Zaaki Azzay and he shared his experience with me. The songs on my album were purely hip hop and he advised me to infuse some Nigerian flavour into it to make it more marketable.

When I eventually met the talent manager, a certain Mr. Morgan, he collected the tape and told me to come back in two weeks’ time.

Meanwhile, I didn’t have a place to stay for that period so I had to squat at Bright Chimezie’s boys’ quarters with his friends at Ogba area of the state.

When I went back to Mr. Morgan after two weeks, he didn’t recognise me. At that point, I was frustrated and I told them to give me back my tape. Still, I didn’t give up and I released my songs in Jos.

I became a local champion because the songs were popular then. From there, I decided that maybe a music career wasn’t meant for me and I focused on my kid brothers.

Then, they were just dancers and weren’t known as P-Square. I wouldn’t say I sacrificed my career for them because it wasn’t working for me anyway.”

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