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P Square break-up: Paul cries to late parents

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PSquare break-up: Paul cries to late parents
In Ahmed Boulor…
 
Paul Okoye, one-half of the now defunct dynamic group, P Square has cried out to his late parents in a solo single titled ‘Call Heaven’.
The track by Paul who now goes by the stage name Rudeboy is an apparent tearful appeal expressing his unhappiness over the watershed rocking the once peaceful union of the Okoye brothers (Jude, Peter and Paul) as he also lamented the demise of his late parents who would have been able to quell whatever misunderstanding among the brothers if they were still alive.
 
One can feel the emotion in Paul’s voice as he croons the emotional lyrics of the song captured below:
 
‘Make somebody please call heaven. Make I tell my mama say e don happen.. oh Papa na that level wey I promised you say e no go happen,’ he sang, before adding that, ‘If to say una dey for everything wey dey happen today, e for be say we no go misbehave… wherever you are, we no be who we were… cos if to say una dey for everything wey dey happen today, e for be say una go intervene.. Right now everything na pain, see your children dey misbehave’

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