Psquare: Why Fans Shouldn’t Expect Warring Brothers To Reconcile Anytime Soon [OPEN]

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Peter and Paul Okoye of Psquare

The long-awaited reconciliation on the part of the OKOYE brothers will not happen soon. The reason is simple, the one who usually does “the first step” Paul Okoye, now known as Rude Boy, refuses to “‘still’ ‘this gesture for this time.

In a statement, the Afro-pop artist of Naija music claims to be always the first to catch up with each other when there is disagreement between them and sometimes waits several months before getting back together.

This is not the first time that the P-Square brothers separate but, this umpire was the drop of water that went beyond the vase leading the two twin brothers who almost came to blows in front of their lawyer at large. dismay of their fans.

“I have never left and I do not know why people always ask me that. This may be the fourth time it’s happening, but I’m still waiting. But this time, the difference is that I did not wait. So, I do not have any problems about it. There was a bit of a breakdown when it happened and everyone was in shock because in general, when things go that way, I wait almost nine months. But this time, I had to go ahead with my life and in less than two months, it became normal for me. It’s the same thing. There’s nothing new. The only part I know is different, it’s the only performance because at first I was not used to it but now I’m used to it, “said Paul Okoye.

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For some fans, two heads are better than one. They are criticized for solo career, borrowed individually while stressing that they will not do the weight before the cream of young Nigerian artists like Olamide, Davido, Wizkid, among others.

Will Peter make amends for once? The question remains unanswered even if for the moment many fans are hoping for the return of the P-Square duo.

Paul Okoye (Rude Boy) and Peter Okoye (Mr. P) have been playing solo since November 2017.

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