And then P-Square reunites…

After years of feuding, it seems peace is about to reign in the family of the Okoyes.

P-square reunite after years of feuding

Nigerian singers Peter Okoye aka Mr P and Paul Okoye aka King Rudy have sent a wave of excitement through the hearts of their fans and supporters.

The brothers, who were formerly a part of the defunct P-Square music group, completed the last leg of their reconciliation by meeting each other physically.

Well, the reunion has now gotten physical as the twin brothers were seen hugging it out in a heartwarming video clip making the rounds online.

In the video, the talented brothers seem delighted to be in each other’s company while those around are equally glad to see them make peace and share blissful moments together.

Watch the video below;

This development comes barely four days after the brothers began to follow each other back on Instagram.

Also, Paul’s wife, Anita Okoye, took to her Instagram page to share a video that showed Peter enjoying quality time with his twin brother’s kids in the United States as they went on a shopping spree.

Moreso, for the first time in years, Paul Okoye wished his twin brother’s wife, Lola Omotayo, a happy birthday via his Instagram stories.

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Reacting to the video, fans of the duo have expressed excitement on what they perceive to be a reunion.

Why P-Square had fallen apart

Speaking during an interview with The NET magazine in 2016, Peter revealed that they fell apart over irreconcilable differences.

He said that actually they should have parted ways in 2014 but managed to stay put until then.

“Something happened at Mavin Studios that broke my heart. Four years ago, I told Jude (P-Square’s elder brother and manager) he needs to step down as our manager, because I didn’t want to disrespect him as a brother, but this is business, (and) we have to structure it. And Jude said to me that there’s a way I (should) talk to him, (he threatened to) slap me. So I kept quiet.”

“So, a few hours later,‎ Paul came to me and said if I wanted to step down it wasn’t a problem, but it meant that he (Paul) would go solo. The first time word got out about P-Square breaking up, a lot of people called us; senators, governors, and people like that,” Peter said.

P-Square started their music career in 1999 but broke through in 2004 with their hit song Temptation.

They produced and released their albums through Square Records. In December 2011, they signed a record deal with Akon’s Konvict Muzik label. In May 2012, P-Square signed a record distribution deal with Universal Music Group, earning them a fortune.