19 April 2014

Nigeria: Confusion Over P-Square Break-Up Rumour?

Photo: P-Square/Facebook
Nigerian duo P-Square.

Jude Engees Okoye, older brother to the PSquare twins Paul and Peter Okoye has tweeted an alarming message...

As you read this, the entertainment industry is reveberating with shock waves.

The reason(s) for the tweet isn't clear as at press time and despite the tweet, Jude's Twitter bio remains- "President/C.E.O Square Records, Northside Music Inc and Northside Entertainment Ltd. PSquare's Manager/Producer Director ... ... .what else... mypsquare.com".

But then there are reports the tweet may not be unconnected to the alleged recent fights between Paul amd Peter Okoye.

Speculations are rife that the twins now fight over everything including songs, videos and ideas. Linda Ikeji exclusively reports that the twins had alledgedly fought physical on Wednesday April 16th forcing their dancers to intervene and pull them apart.

Other reports claim that Jude is tired of wadding in, settling the constants spats or even sometimes being a party in the vicious arguments; hence his tweet.

But then, despite evidence of Jude's tweet, the Public Relations Executive to Psquare, Bayo Adetu, as decribed the story of Jude dumping his brothers as untrue.

He said... "I am too busy to give some wanna be blogger traffic, I don't know where that report is coming from. Maybe they just want to get traffic to their site. It's baseless and untrue".

Nonetheless, we hear that family members, friends and industry professionals are racing to clarify issues with Jude with the aim of banishing such a thought!

The PSquare twins are an international sensation with a story that spans back more than 10 years. They have won countless local and international awards, are music idols worshiped by millions of fans around the world.

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