P-Square Finally Back Again
Following five years of dispute, the cherished twins Peter and Paul Okoye of the outdated musical gathering P-Square have at last dropped their blades. Tales about their gathering began spreading before in the week when the team, including their more established sibling Jude Engees.
Just before their 40th birthday celebration, a video of the two embracing each other circulated around the web, affirming for sure that the siblings are back together.
Fans welcomed the insight about their gathering with cheers as many have stood by so long to see the twins reconcile and bring back the musical character that made them a prevailing power across the mainland.
Peter and Paul's musical vocation started to jump after their presentation collection 'Last Nite' in 2001. By 2005 when they delivered their sophomore collection 'Get Squared', they were at that point commonly recognized names. The pair kept on taking off, getting it done and securing grants until 2016 when they disbanded following a conflict about their administration.
Endeavors by numerous individuals to reconcile the couple yielded no outcomes as of not long ago.
To stamp their birthday today, the siblings sent birthday wishes to one another on Instagram. Paul, in any case, made a stride further by posting a photograph of the gather with a record number with the inscription: "Beginning from @obi_cubana and @judeengees even @davido 😂 we should show @davido that 2 heads are better compared to 1☝🏽… .. everything na twofold double❤️🍾🎉"
Maybe, we will see another N100 million test today.
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