The popular controversial Nollywood actor, Uche Maduagwu has recently told the former Nigerian music duo, Peter Okoye and Paul Okoye (formerly known as Psquare) to come back together if they want to smell Grammy. The actor told them this about an hour ago via his official Instagram page.
Maduagwu posted cute pictures of the singers on his Instagram page and on it he wrote, "If you want to smell Grammy, come back together".
Maduagwu's post go the attention of Instagram who supported him on what he said.
See some of the reactions below.
On the post Maduagwu said,
"Peter Okoye and Paul Okoye are overdue for a Grammy award nomination as Psquare and not as individual singers. Go and write this prophecy down, if @peterpsquare and @iamkingrudy wants to smell Grammy award, they should come back together because they are destined to become the first twin music duo to winning a grammy award in Africa. In life, we would always agree to disagree because no one is perfect. Its okay to test individual creativity as solo artiste but the key to winning big is to focus on what gives you a comparative advantage over others, your strength is in your diversity as a duo, there is no doubt about your individual exceptional talent, but the magic you guys create when you sing together is your greatest strength, why did you think @beyonce wept bitterly when she wanted to work with Psquare on her Lionking album but was told you guys were no longer together?".
I totally support Uche on this one. Peter and Paul should come back together as the Psquare we knew before. Who knows, they might win a Grammy just like Maduagwu has said.
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Don't you want Psquare back?
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