It seems reality is beginning to dawn on the duo of Peter and Paul Okoye as things are now becoming more complicated by the day since they went public about what is supposed to be a family issue. While their colleagues are busy making money, dropping new songs and even getting fresh endorsements, Psquare are on the other side having to battle so many issues which ordinarily wouldn’t have popped up in the first place. It’s now a norm for the Psquare brand to be involved in one embarrassing issue or the other since the news of their split came to the open. Last week it was the pics of police officers storming their famous mansion to seal it up for reasons blamed on their failure to show up at a show they’ve been paid for. While they are still waiting for the embarrassing gist to die down after Paul’s cheap refutal which only worsened things as more pics of the show of shame surfaced, the entertainers are again swimming in another big mess. This time is between them and the management of Globacom. The news was everywhere yesterday that their contract with the telecoms company was at the verge of being cancelled. Worst still it was Peter Okoye’s name that was again mentioned and according to the blogger who broke the story, it was because he had issues with some top staff of Glo at the final of his ‘Dance With Peter Show’. Peter has however refuted the allegations via his tweeter page last night adding that he will be having a press conference too. Isn’t this more than they bergain for? Are they not supposed to put aside pride, ego and blames and be united especially because they are from one womb? Have Psquare also forgotten that a house that is divided against itself is as good as crashed? We shall be here to give free publicity to them be it negative or positive since that’s how they want it.
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