Fans of P-Square were left devastated when the duo disbanded back in 2016 due to a dispute between the brothers over the role of their manager. Several petitions and pleading from fans were made for the duo to reunite but all efforts seem fruitless.
However, the feud which seems to be a never-ending one may gradually be coming to an end as the P-Square brothers have at least taken two actions that reignite hope for fans that the duo would someday reunite.
(Peter and Paul Okoye as P-Square)
Yesterday being the 13th of November, Peter Okoye made headlines after he gave his nephews and nieces (Paul's children) a visit to the United States and went shopping with them. In a video shared recently by Paul's wife Anita Okoye on Instagram, Peter could be seen driving Paul's daughter, Nadia Okoye in a shopping cart while having fun with the kids.
She captioned it "Christmas in November, thanks to Uncle Peter".
(Mr.P hanging out with his nephews and nieces)
Another action taken by the duo was when they followed each other on Instagram which is currently making headlines. You could recall that Mr.P (Peter) and Rudeboy (Paul) haven't been on good terms since the band split in 2016.
(Peter and Paul now following each other on Instagram)
Seeing Peter hanging out with his nieces, nephews, sister-in-law, and the duo following each other on Instagram is indeed a thing of joy for fans. With the looks of things, it may not be too long before we hear the big good news of their reunion.
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