Embattled Nigerian singer, Mr May D, has finally opened up on his fallout with defunct music group, P-Square in a recent Instagram live chat.

This comes after the singer revealed that he shared the boys quarter in the Okoye’s home with their cook and slept on cartons and was not credited for his work in writing their ‘Invasion’ album.

“For your information I was staying in their boys squatters with their driver and their cook just one room all of us shared a toilet and I had big songs and also the other side of their twin duplex was empty! Now! I slept on brand new television carton used my shirt as cover cloth”, May D tweeted.

In a video that’s currently making the rounds online, the “soundtrack” crooner revealed that he wrote the album for the defunct group which yielded over $1 million in gains but they gave him just $300.

“I wrote a full album for you boys, they made over $1million and gave me only $300”, he roars.

Mr May D however, went on to say that he still has love for his colleagues from the bottom of his heart while also admitting that he received a hummer jeep from them but was later re-claimed from him no less than two weeks after.

May D also said he doesn’t want anyone to label him as a greedy person or an ingrate because he is content with the life he’s living currently.