PSquare fight unresolved as Paul shoots video of new solo single
The fight in sibling musical group, PSquare, remains unresolved contrary to Peter’s latest Instagram post, OrijoReporter exclusively gathered.
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Peter has been at loggerheads with his twin brother, Peter, and their elder brother, and manger, Jude Okoye.
“My dear fans, P-Square is back. Ours is a journey that started from our mother’s womb. It was a journey that started from Primary School, continued to St. Murumba College, to when we were in University in Abuja. It was a journey in which we shared childhood memories and grown-up dreams.
“We are back because brothers do not let each other wander in the dark alone. We are back because we have tried the lonely road and it was not the same…” Peter Okoye had posted.
But indication emerged that the warring brothers are not back together. In the history of the long standoff during seeming resolution of the dispute when one of them took to the social media to announce that peace was back in the group, the other brothers immediately posted on their Instagram handles to confirm it.
In the latest case, Peter’s claim that crisis is over, has not gotten any reaction from either Paul or Jude.
It was said that when the group made up earlier in the year, there were conditions Paul and Jude gave Peter but he has not met them.
“Peter has been begging but in the agreement they reached the other time when they made a truce, he was told to make public apology to PSquare’s fans, and private apology to some family members and well-wishers, which he has not done,” sources explained.
OrijoReporter further gathered that Paul will on Wednesday shoot the video of his yet-to-be released solo single.
Sources close to Clarence Peters, said the popular director will direct the shooting of Paul’s new solo single video scheduled for tomorrow in Lagos.
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