P-Square say they quarrel and argue like anyone else.
Peter Okoye of P-Square has admitted that there was quarrel between the brothers- Peter, Paul and Jude. He said this in a series of tweets via his Twitter handle, @PeterPsquare.
“@PeterPsquare: We quarrel and argue just as u all do d same with ur siblings and families. Psquare is no exception.
“@PeterPsquare: We r also human, we ve settled our differences. And it has made us stronger! Thank u all for ur support and prayers”, he tweeted.
He, however, said the group is back together and are already working on their next video, Testimony, and Phyno’s O Set.
“@PeterPsquare: Back to work…. On set for Testimony video shoot and Phyno ft P2 OSet #tastethemoney #Oset”, he wrote.
In the past weeks, Nigerian’s blogosphere went wild with speculations of a P-Square break up after their brother, Jude ‘Engees’ Okoye, tweeted that he was putting 10 years behinds and moving on.
Also, P-Square’s publicist, Bayo Adetu, has denied that he described the rumoured P-Square break-up as a publicity stunt in an interview with Icon Magazine.
Adetu said the magazine wrongly quoted him saying he could never speak in such manner as it would “amount to toying with the emotions of P-Square fans” which he said he cherishes “more than diamond” and will never disrespect.
“It was indeed a misconception on the part of the writer. I never said the rumour was a ‘publicity stunt”.
“There is no way I could have granted an official interview and spoke in such denigrating manner as being portrayed by the magazine in question”, the former The News/ PM News reporter stated in a statement.
He, however, confirmed speaking to Star FM and NTA2.
Adetu also did not deny calling bloggers unprofessional and blasting journalists who quoted reports on Linda Ikeji’s blog.
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