Singer May D Opens Up On Shabby Treatment At The Hands Of P-Square

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Following Cynthia Morgan‘s revelation about what led to her leaving Northside Entertainment (owned by Mr. P and Rude Boy at the time), fellow artist May D has spoken on what he suffered at the hands of the brothers.

May D says he shared a toilet with the brothers' driver and cook
May D says he shared a toilet with the brothers’ driver and cook

May D had signed to P-Square‘s Square Records in May 2011, and he had recorded a few songs and had been featured on the duo’s Chop My Money remix with Akon.

Taking to his account, the Soundtrack crooner said about Peter and Paul Okoye:

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 had announced that he was parting ways with the brothers in August 2012, revealing his own label, Confam Entertainment.

May D and P-Square
May D and P-Square
May D
May D

In January 2013, Jude Okoye, the elder brother of the Okoye brothers had said of May D’s exit:

We sign in artists as our way of giving back to the society, and by the time they become known, we let them be. However, when May D came in, he wanted more than that. He wanted to be P-Square, a name that we have struggled to be built for years…”

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