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Fans excited as P Square is working on new song



Fans excited as P Square is working on new song
Fans of the dynamic duo of P Square are excited after one half of the duo Peter Okoye took to his Instagram page to announce that he is in the studio working on a new song with his twin brother.
The announcement by Peter was even made more cogent when Paul and Jude took to social media to confirm that the pair were both working on a new song which will be released pretty soon according to sources.  
“Guess you all can’t wait to hear something new. Just wait for it…It’s worth waiting for. God bless you all.” (@rudeboypsquare) Paul posted on his Instagram account.
Recall that the lingering feud among the Okoye brothers was officially declared over when Jude, the eldest, joined his twin brothers for a picture pose weeks ago which put paid to the prolonged misunderstanding among the siblings.
The picture was reportedly taken after a hangout and it brought smiles to the faces of fans of the group especially as it is came a week after Peter publicly apologised in a video for the feud among them while also claiming responsibility for what may have transpired in the last few months.
In the video, Peter said that they have decided to move ahead with life after resolving whatever issues they have as brothers.
‘‘Good day everyone; to all our numerous fans that have supported us from day one. The past months have been one of a roller coaster of emotions; we have resolved our issues and we seek for your forgiveness.
‘‘I’ll take full responsibility for everything that has happened and I promise you all that the past is behind us now. We look forward to the future with excitement and renewed energy. Once again, I am sorry and P Square is back.’’
Recall that feud among the brothers started months back when Peter fired Jude who runs Northside Entertainment on Twitter, citing a lack of structure and irreconcilable differences.


Fans excited as P Square is working on new song


By Ahmed Boulor…

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