Celebrities, Fans Celebrate Psquare as They Mark 42nd Birthday in Style

Today marks the birthday of the beloved music duo, Peter and Paul Okoye, famously known as Psquare.

Celebrating their 42nd birthday, the award-winning musicians received an overwhelming display of love from both celebrities and fans alike.

The twins commemorated their special day with identical birthday images, wishing themselves a happy birthday through brief and simple captions.

Paul Okoye wrote, “Men’s birthday

Peter Okoye wrote, “+1”.

The likes of Susan Peters, Regina Daniels, Mike Ezurounye, Ice Prince, Teni, Juliet Ibrahim, and more celebrated with the brothers.

Guchi wrote, “Happy birthday

Humble Smith wrote, “I celebrate you. HBD

Chris Okagbue wrote, “Happy birthday guys

Susan Peters wrote, “Happy birthday my peeepzzzz

Teni wrote, “Happy birthday

Ice Prince wrote, “Smoba public holiday”

Juliet Ibrahim wrote, “Happy birthday

Idia Aisien wrote, “Happy birthday guys!!

Ka3na wrote, “Happy Birthday Psquare

Mark Angel wrote, “Happy birthday legend

See some of their fans’ birthday message

One Peter Ugbo wrote, “Happiest birthday to you my Kings

One Erico Gaga wrote, “Happy birthday legend twin

One Okoiye Eugene wrote, “Happy birthday my favorite twins

One Nkiruka Okeke wrote, “Happy birthday unuejima

One I Am Harryson wrote, “Happy birthday strong heads. Una stress me that year

One I Am Ubfire wrote, “More life to celebrate legend

One Tha Vox wrote, “Happy birthday my heroes more life and energy. Legends you made me this

One Pmo The Aphrodite wrote, “Birthday blessings”.

Remember how the internet erupted in December 2021 when Psquare reconciled following a 5-year feud?

The word of their reconciliation spread quickly and remained on many people’s lips for weeks when they began following each other on all social media platforms and were seen hanging out together.

The Okoye twins later revealed the identify of the individual who relentlessly pushed to ensure their reunion as brothers and as a music brand.

On Saturday night, December 25, 2021, the brothers played together for the first time in four years, and they used the chance to honor Chief Tony Elumelu and their fans.