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 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 Twitter 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.”
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 (LEGEND) (@MisterMayD) May 24, 2020
May D had announced that he was parting ways with the brothers in August 2012, revealing his own label, Confam Entertainment.
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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