MUST READ :- Psquare: Peter and Paul, nobody wins when the family feuds

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Peter and Paul Okoye should stop washing their dirty linen in public.

The story of Cain and Abel is one of the popular stories in the Bible.

a story that has stayed with many of us. Cain killed his brother Abel
because he envied the way God blessed him. The story of Cain and Abel is
the first story of sibling rivalry in the Bible.

of years later, we are reading about a new sibling rivalry, the one
between Peter and Paul Okoye. The twin brothers known as the super pop
group Psquare have been in a squabble for some time now.

The latest episode in this pop telenovela shows Peter and Paul fighting themselves.

video clip which surfaced earlier today, Tuesday, September 26, 2017,
shows the two brothers scuffling. Their big bro and manager Jude ‘
Engees’ Okoye is also in the now viral clip.

This is the first
time we have evidence of the two brothers fighting. Since 2014, we have
heard rumours and read stories of the trouble between Peter and Paul.

the family drama reared its ugly head again in 2016, the pessimists
dismissed it as a publicity stunt. This video now shows us how real the
beef is between the twin bothers. Any initial illusion that this has
been recurring stunt has been thrown out of the window. This is as real
as it gets.

It’s an ugly sight when flesh and blood fights. Since
the release of “Last Nite” in 2003, Psquare has fed Nigerians with
beautiful songs, alluring hooks, ravishing videos and exquisite albums.
It wouldn’t be wrong to call Psquare legendary.

One of the main
selling points of Psquare is that it is made up of identical twins who
are good at what they do. Nigerians have a soft spot for twins.

In the beginning, Peter and Paul both performed electric dance moves on the stage and in their music videos. Later on, they would concentrate on their individual strengths. Peter, the showman focused more on dancing and Paul the musician focused more on the music.

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