Though, the pair of Peter and Paul Okoye have been posting messages on social media recently suggesting they may have both parted ways as a group, none of the two has openly come out to confirm or deny their break up.
However, social media was set abuzz after Peter posted a Snapchat video revealing that he is in Philadelphia on his own for a solo show – without his twin brother, Paul.
“My name is Mr P,” Peter said “As from today, guess what? It’s show time, I’m about to go on stage.”
His suggestive post is coming days after his brother, Paul wrote on instagram saying; “Only a woman can come where there’s peace and destroy it”.
Moments after that post, Paul also subtly confirmed that PSquare’s US/Canada tour would not be happening after a concerned fan asked, and he replied saying; “Sorry bro, is not happening”.
Peter’s wife, Lola Omotayo, who has been said to be allegedly responsible for the feud between the brothers also finally broke her silence over the feud after she posted her thoughts on social media.
Though it’s uncertain that Lola was referring to the alleged feud in her post, she said on her instagram handle that; “Hate has no place in her world”.
“Good evening my lovelies….please leave footprints of kindness and love wherever you go. Love is the only way and peace of mind is the ultimate goal in this life of ours. Hate has no place in my world, never has, never will..Have a blessed evening!
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