Saturday, 19 April 2014


Musical duo and brothers performing under the identity P-Square and their elder brother/ manager, Jude ‘Engees’ Okoye are at war.

We gathered from a reliable source that the brothers practically disagree on everything now… songs, videos and ideas.

Another reason for this happenstance is tagged “The Incursion” of third party into their world.

Sources revealed that the Okoye’s family did not support Peter’s wedding to Lola Omotayo based on her tribe and past controversial lifestyle.

Close sources revealed that the Okoye’s family sees Lola as a bad influence on Peter and their marriage would lead to nothing but “ Trouble” for the brothers.

“Ever since they got hitched, Peter hardly has time for studio sessions, rehearsals and most importantly shows which is the major sources of their income. All he does is complaining how he needs to spend more precious time with his family.” One insider tells us.

Some sources also claim their late mother never supported the relationship too.

The diverse opinion between the brothers on the issue erupted in a public fight recently.

The brothers engaged in a heated public row about the issue on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014; a source divulged.

They were engaged in routine rehearsal when the happenstance came to be, witnesses confirmed.

What could have transformed an ugly physical engagement was reportedly put in check by their band members.

We learnt close friends and family members have summoned the parties in a move to restore the seemingly unshakable bond.

Their mentors have also intervened, hoping they’ll see reason and possibly resolve the conflict.

But close friends say too much water has gone under the bridge, and bringing them back right now looks more like a herculean task going by the Tweet credited to Jude ‘Engees’ Okoye- P-Square’s elder brother/ Manager.

His Tweet reads: “After over 10 years of hard work, its over, am done” Jude squealed on social media Twitter.

Jude is the most important piece of P-Square Records, who doesn’t get the credit he deserves, without his creativity a lot of things will not exist.

He has been working with P-Square his younger brothers since they released their first album “Last Nite” under Timbuk 2 Music Label back in 2003.

Reacting to the rumour of their breakup, P-Square’s publicist, Bayo Adetu, described the report as untrue.

According to him, “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”. He divulged.

Www. shall keep you posted as events unfold. 

                                            PETER OKOYE AND LOLA OMOTAYO


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