Mr P, one-half of defunct group, P Square has threatened to sue a foreign show promoter for using his photo to sell his twin brother’s show set to be staged in Angola.
Not impressed by what he saw online by organisers of the show, Pub Four, which posted a notice of the show with the picture of him and his brother Paul who is expected to perform in the event in Angola, Peter said the promoter will soon hear from his lawyers.
Peter who just arrived Addis Ababa in Ethiopia for a show is even more miffed that the his photo put up by the show promoter was being used to advertise a show that has nothing to do with him.
The angry artiste had no option but to spill his guts on his Instagram page when he wrote thus; Na Wa o! So they needed my image to sell their show Angola.
This promoters @pubfoureventos you’ll be hearing from my lawyers soon. #UnaDonFindMyTrouble. SWIPE LEFT .
“My dear People in Addis Ababa Ethiopia?? , I just arrived. No need to panic, I’m here!
“This is the reason I have to make it clear. I can’t begin to tell you what I have had to deal with in the last couple of days. My management being accused of double booking me, promoters panicking, fans in Angola saying how they’re looking forward to my performing in Luanda Angola,” he added.
The development comes a month after Peter opened old wounds over their family feud after revealing in an interview that he is still not on speaking terms with his elder brother Jude.
The singer who now prefers to be called Mr P in a fresh interview with Dotun of Cool FM noted that himself and his brother, Jude, have not spoken to each other after the dissolution of PSquare.
When asked by the anchor of the show about his relationship with Jude who was his former manager and if they still talk to each other, the now solo singer said; “No we don’t. I am not beating around the bush. I am being honest, no we don’t”.
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