In from Ahmed Boulor…
The end may just be here for the group popularly known as P Square as one half of the pair, Peter performed alone at a night club in Abuja with the stage name Mr. P over the weekend.
The bold move by Peter possibly marks the end of the dynamic group which has won a handful of awards and scores of fans within and outside the continent of Africa.
Peter’s solo march is coming after he released a new single which features him alone and a war of words with his brother Jude and Paul.
Recall some weeks ago that Peter sacked his elder brother Jude on Twitter citing a lack of structure and irreconcilable differences.
Read also: P Square sack elder brother Jude as manager
In the said post on Twitter, Peter decried the poor managerial style of his elder brother who has been managing their affairs musically through his platform Northside Entertainment for some time now while also warning anyone who cared to listen not to conduct business with Jude on behalf of P Square.
But on realising his mistake, Peter apologised for bringing the issue into public domain in a tweet he posted two days after his outburst.
“I am not perfect, I make mistakes, and it hurts people. But when I say sorry, I mean it. I am so sorry for my actions. I sincerely apologise,” Peter tweeted.
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