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Trouble In The Paradise for Psquare, Family squabbles Threatens To Tear Group Apart

Paul-and-Jude-OkoyeTwo years after they were rumoured to have broken up, Nigerian pop duo, P’square are back in the news again as one-half of the singing duo, Peter Okoye yesterday moved against their management company owned by their elder brother, Jude Okoye.

In a series of tweets, Peter who has been on a business trip in the United Kingdom lamented the poor management style of their brother, warning everyone to desist from doing any business on behalf of P’square with Jude. L-R Peter, Jude, Paul Okoye “Please whosoever makes any transaction with Northside Entertainment or Jude Okoye on Psquare’s behalf does so at  his own risk,” Peter warned.

Peter’s responses came after Jude had taken to his twitter page to urge their fans to pray for Peter, noting that, “He’s been going through a lot lately.”

In the same vein, Peter fired back at Jude, as he wrote, “You said I need Prayers! Bro you need GOD!” He then went on to say, “Some ask why on social media. Do I have a choice! Insisting you must remain Psquare’s manager? And that your decision is final? #Psquare4ever.”

He then stressed that “Peter and Paul is Psquare,” noting that, Psquare will remain. “I repeat Psquare is not breaking up. Thanks for the love and support. I appreciate #NoMoreFamilyBusiness.”

Meanwhile, Paul Okoye has given his support to their brother Jude in remaining as their manager.

The other half of the hip hop duo in his tweet criticised his half brother for coming out on the social media to criticise what should have been settled in the music studio, the tweet came with a picture in which Paul and Jude were seated with Peter replaced with a studio picture.

He followed up saying “blood is blood, family is family, if you say you are not doing family business, then who am i to you”





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