Paul Okoye, popularly known as Rudeboy, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, dancer, and performer. He gained fame as a member of the defunct music group, Psquare, alongside his twin brother, Peter Okoye. In this article, we will take a look at Paul Okoye’s biography, including his early life, career, and net worth.
Paul Okoye Biography, Early Life, Career And Net Worth
Paul Okoye was born on November 18, 1981, in Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria. He is from Anambra State and is of Igbo descent. He attended St. Murumba secondary school in Jos before enrolling at the University of Abuja, where he studied Business Administration.
Paul Okoye Career
Paul Okoye began his music career in 2003 when he formed the music group, Psquare, with his twin brother, Peter Okoye. The group released several hit songs, including “Do Me,” “Chop My Money,” and “Alingo,” which made them a household name in Nigeria and beyond.
In 2017, the group disbanded, and both brothers pursued solo careers. Paul Okoye adopted the stage name Rudeboy and launched his record label, Rudeboy Records. He has released several hit songs, including “Reason With Me,” “Audio Money,” and “Take It.”
Paul Okoye Net Worth
According to reports, Paul Okoye’s net worth is estimated to be around $10 million. He has made his fortune from his music career, endorsements, and business ventures.
Paul Okoye Personal Life
Paul Okoye is married to Anita Okoye, and they have three children together. He is a devout Christian and often shares his faith on social media.
Social Media Presence
Paul Okoye is active on social media, with a massive following on Instagram. His handle is @iamkingrudy, and he has over 8.7 million followers as of 2023.