Psquare twin brothers,Paul Okoye also known as Rudeboy and Peter Okoye also known as Mr.P have reunited after 5 years of feud.They are today celebrating their 40th birthday with family and friends.The duo hugged each other during their reunion amidst applause by those who attended the event.
The two brothers had unfollowed each other on their instagram account but are now following each other on Instagram. Their feud first made headlines in 2017 which was followed by a messy fight on social media for months between them.Apparently,the two brothers had a different opinion regarding what Peter Okoye saw as a lopsidedness in individual input of songs which was getting featured on their joint albums with Paul getting a bigger share of their songs.
This led to Peter refusing to do anything with the name Psquare for weeks and ended up leaving the group.Later on,his wife,kids and him moved out of the mansion they shared and relocated to another place.
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