Psquare should resolve their problems at home not on social media –Fans







Fans of artistes, Peter and Paul Okoye, popularly known as PSquare, are no longer finding it funny the latest drama that has come out from the quarters of the singing duo and their management team.
Early Wednesday morning, Nigerian twitter users were shocked to read that Peter Okoye, one half of the singing duo, had ‘sacked’ their longtime manager and brother, Jude, via the social media platform. In a series of tweets, Peter had said he had a problem with the way his brother had been managing their affairs over the years.
Psquare’s fans are of the opinion that the issue should have been kept away from the social media platforms.
A commentator on a popular blog, Princess Kehinde, opined that the brothers should have a family meeting. She said, “Can u guyz please do ur family meeting in ur house (sic).”
Another online spectator, Adaobi Linda said, “They should take this matter home n settle it amicably abeg (sic).” A sarcastic commentator Sowunmi aired her opinion by saying, “Best place to sort out private family issues: the Internet! Way to go!!!”
Also, a shocked fan, Peter Ifeanyichukwu, said, “Even you too, brothers of the same mother, coming on social media with your issues, pls you guys should find a way to settle your differences.(sic)”
Peter, had earlier in his tweets, claimed that his brother, Jude, was running a business with no structure and warned that whoever makes any transaction with Northside Entertainment or Jude Okoye on Psquare’s behalf does so at his own risk.
In a swift reply to his brother’s rant, Jude, asked fans to pray for his brother because he was going through a lot.
Those who had expected Paul to join forces with his twin brother were shocked when the other half of the group said he was still a part of Northside Entertainment, aligning with their elder brother.
On his Instagram page, the singer posted a picture of himself with Jude and in its caption, said that he would take side with Jude on the matter.
Paul posted, “This is where I belong and this is where I stand. You do music in the studio, not on social media. You have family issues; you discuss that in close doors, not social media. Family is family, blood is blood. If you don’t want family business, then who am I to you?”
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