27 March 2016

Nigeria: Ten Things We Learnt from P-Square's Saga

A lot has been said about the recent spat between brothers and entertainers, Peter and Paul Okoye of P-Square, and their elder brother and former manager, Jude ‘Engees’ Okoye.

Jude and brothers Jude and brothers The brothers severally took themselves to the cleaners, leading to many fans pleading with them to sheathe their swords and come back together as one big family.

Others encouraged their split, and advised them to go their different ways and separate business from family. At the end of the day, the brothers have apparently mended fences, and they recently apologized to their fans for the ‘misunderstanding.’

Many believe that the whole episode was just a publicity stunt and an expensive prank indulged by the brothers to shore up their relevance and perhaps promote their new record labels and artistes. In this piece, we list 10 things we learnt from the saga. Never take them serious again.

They crave attention, and would sacrifice anything to get it

  1. Their parents’ death have further set them apart from one another.
  2. There is no unity among the brothers and may still eventually break up
  3. Peter is the aggressor, and will always be the warring partner in the group
  4. Jude is a problem; he seems to always be at the centre of all their issues
  5. Stop blaming their wives; they have nothing to do with it
  6. Cynthia Morgan doesn’t have the attention of all the brothers
  7. The brothers have divided all their properties
  8. Their fans have specific favourites.

A lot has been said about the recent spat between brothers and entertainers, Peter and Paul Okoye of P-Square, and their elder brother and former manager, Jude ‘Engees’ Okoye. Jude and brothers Jude and brothers The brothers severally took themselves to the cleaners, leading to many fans pleading with them to sheathe their swords and come back together as one big family. Others encouraged their split, and advised them to go their different ways and separate business from family. At the end of the day, the brothers have apparently mended fences, and they recently apologized to their fans for the ‘misunderstanding.’ Many believe that the whole episode was just a publicity stunt and an expensive prank indulged by the brothers to shore up their relevance and perhaps promote their new record labels and artistes. In this piece, we list 10 things we learnt from the saga. Never take them serious again. They crave attention, and would sacrifice anything to get it Their parents’ death have further set them apart from one another. There is no unity among the brothers and may still eventually break up Peter is the aggressor, and will always be the warring partner in the group Jude is a problem; he seems to always be at the centre of all their issues Stop blaming their wives; they have nothing to do with it Cynthia Morgan doesn’t have the attention of all the brothers The brothers have divided all their properties. Their fans have specific favourites

Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/03/ten-things-learnt-p-squares-saga/

A lot has been said about the recent spat between brothers and entertainers, Peter and Paul Okoye of P-Square, and their elder brother and former manager, Jude ‘Engees’ Okoye. Jude and brothers Jude and brothers The brothers severally took themselves to the cleaners, leading to many fans pleading with them to sheathe their swords and come back together as one big family. Others encouraged their split, and advised them to go their different ways and separate business from family. At the end of the day, the brothers have apparently mended fences, and they recently apologized to their fans for the ‘misunderstanding.’ Many believe that the whole episode was just a publicity stunt and an expensive prank indulged by the brothers to shore up their relevance and perhaps promote their new record labels and artistes. In this piece, we list 10 things we learnt from the saga. Never take them serious again. They crave attention, and would sacrifice anything to get it Their parents’ death have further set them apart from one another. There is no unity among the brothers and may still eventually break up Peter is the aggressor, and will always be the warring partner in the group Jude is a problem; he seems to always be at the centre of all their issues Stop blaming their wives; they have nothing to do with it Cynthia Morgan doesn’t have the attention of all the brothers The brothers have divided all their properties. Their fans have specific favourites.

Read more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2016/03/ten-things-learnt-p-squares-saga/

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