Peter Okoye reacts to viral video of PSquare getting back together

Peter Okoye reacts to viral video of PSquare getting back together

- Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye aka Mr P, recently had fans hoping after a video of him went viral

- In the video, Peter Okoye said that PSquare is back and took responsibility for their split

- Peter has now debunked the claim of them reuniting and said that the video was from 2015

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The Nigerian music industry used to be an enviable place to be in considering the lifestyle and talent of music duo, Peter and Paul Okoye, of the defunct PSquare group.

However, things turned sour for the twin brothers some years ago and their music group hit the rocks. Despite that, fans still had hope for them to come back together and bless them with good music.

A lot of people got their hopes raised after a video recently went viral of Peter asking fans to forgive him as he announced that PSquare had patched things up and were back together. In the video, Mr P took responsibility for the split.

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See the video below:

As expected, the short clip led to great excitement for music lovers and they took to social media to express their joy.

However, the celebration was short-lived as Peter took to his official Twitter page to debunk the claims. Mr P said that the video was an old one from 2015 and that he is forever solo. He also asked fans to anticipate his new album.

He wrote: “Stop wasting your time…that’s an old video 2015… Forever Mr P. The prodigal Album Loading….#MrP”.

See a screenshot of the now-deleted tweet below:

Peter Okoye reacts to viral video of PSquare getting back together

Peter Okoye reacts to viral video of PSquare reuniting. Photo: @PeterPsquare / Twitter.
Source: Twitter


In other news, reported that Peter urged singer Cynthia Morgan to never give up after her fall out with her record label which was owned by his big brother, Jude Okoye.

In a tweet he made on Sunday, May 24, the singer said that he took the decision to take his music away from the family because of freedom and not for money, fame, or power.

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He said it was a sad thing that she rejected the contract he offered her when he was leaving, saying the family record label made her see him as the odd one out.

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