Saturday, June 7, 2014

Paul Okoye Compares Before & Now Pictures! Says Poverty Is A Bastard

Paul Okoye just compared a picture of him 17years ago to a picture of himself now and says poverty is a bastard. The happy singer shared his recent photo( 2nd pic above) and said ‘look at me now’.

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  1. Its ironic that I was watching their video yesterday ' Roll it' and was saying same as far as how far they have come... God is able to turn things around so quickly...

    Mayowa

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  2. poverty is really a bastard
    www.trendyrammy.com

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  3. It wasn't poverty,"u were only growing up PETER"...........

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    1. Lmfao ...God bless you

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    2. @Trendy Rammy, exactly what i thought too. Despise not the days of little beginning

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    3. Exactly,..afterall u had no kids 17yrs ago,u had no wife...so what d he'll are u talking abou...u were passing through life n u singing 'poverty is a bastard'!step by step young man!

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    4. It might actually be part of growing up, agreed! but life could be so tough that u feel U̶̲̥̅̊ weren't born in†o that family....

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    5. You are so on point!!!!
      And those of us that are poor, what does he expect us to do??
      Very condescending quote from him.
      Even crazier is apart from your comment every one else is congratulating him for his purported success. Arrogant yet using testimony as an excuse!

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    6. He look like a normal 17 year old

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  4. #Surulere things!Baba God will do mine too o!Amen

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  5. Poverty is really a bastard.

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  6. Yes ooo my brother but it was a test of life okay . DERA MI

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  7. There's nothing God cannot do o.....my turn too soonest

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  8. Thank God for ur life now!

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  9. Poverty is a sickness

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  10. If Poverty is a bastard! Please what do you call POVERTY MENTALITY? because a lot of rich Nigerians have poverty mentality.

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