One of the duo in the popular musical group, P-Square, Peter Okoye has revealed that his four-year feud with his brother, Paul ended because they have healed, he also added that it was not planned
The singer, who recently recovered from exhaustion which occurred as a result of intense rehearsals for the P-Square comeback show on Christmas day, disclosed this during a radio tour for their upcoming show.
According to Peter Okoye, their reconciliation was not forced but it occurred naturally because they have both healed considerably.
He also urged those trying to find out the details of the reconciliation, especially those who are interested in who made the first move, to be content that they have P-Square back.
He said: “It was a healing process. It was unplanned.
“Na person wey take side dey hear am now. If you put mouth or you take side, I hope you are okay now.
“Somebody actually wrote something, he said I want to know who walked up to who.
“I said this is where you people have a problem because, I mean, you see the guys are back doing their thing.
“Not like we don’t still have Rude Boy and Mr P but it is a triple dose. Just enjoy the triple dose, enjoy the moment. Trying to figure out who or how, you don’t need that.”
The 40-year-old said their forthcoming concert will be held in Lagos on Christmas day, December 25, and assured their fans that it was going to be refreshing and entertaining.
He also said they specifically picked the time to re-establish the P-Square brand, adding that some popular artists such as Tubaba, J. Martins among others will also be performing at the event.
“Like I said, we decided not to have any show in Nigeria until this 25th. If we wanted to be doing shows, we will be doing three shows every day,” he said.
His twin brother Paul, who was part of the interview, lent his voice saying: “Shows were coming but if they are going to see us perform together, let it be from our concert.”