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Is it all over? PSquare’s Peter Okoye reveals reason behind feud, hints at possible breakup with Paul

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P-Square is apparently on the verge of a break up.

Peter and Paul Okoye. Credit: Instagram/Paul Okoye

Peter and Paul Okoye. Credit: Instagram/Paul Okoye

And we can’t say we didn’t see this coming.

Yesterday, the more vocal half of the duo, Peter Okoye, took to Twitter to fire his older brother Jude Okoye after accusing him of poorly managing the group. “No more family business,” the dancer said.

Jude replied with calm, saying that Peter has been “through a lot” and only needed prayers, to which Peter fired back with a “You need God!”, and also refuted claims that the manager sold his first car to fund the twin’s first music video.

Jude Okoye. Credit: Instagram/Jude Okoye

Jude Okoye. Credit: Instagram/Jude Okoye

Last night, after much media drama, the other twin, Paul, brought a surprising twist. “You have family issues, you discuss that in close doors, not in social media,” he captioned a photo of him and Jude, “If you don’t do family business, then who am I to you?”

The twist upset Peter and he took to Twitter to reveal that the reason behind the family feud was reggae-dancehall singer Cynthia Morgan, who claims Jude stole from him.

Peter, by his narrative, discovered Morgan first and tried signing her to his PClassic records, but Jude dissuaded him from doing that. Morgan returned the contract unsigned, only for Jude to sneak behind him and sign the singer to his own Northside Entertainment Record label.


Cynthia Morgan. Credit: Instagram/Cynthia Morgan

“My brother think am,” Peter tells his fans on Twitter, and maintained he will only fight for his other half, Paul. Hours later, he changed his mind about Paul and sent him a cryptic message on Instagram, hinting at possible break up.

This is a really sad family drama.

Source: Twitter/Peter Okoye, Instagram/Peter Okoye

Ada Okoye

Mother. Writer. Lover. King.

    1 Comment

    1. macchus

      February 18, 2016 at 8:07 am

      Peter Okoye’s English is tragic

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