Paul Okoye opens up on reason for split from twin brother

Paul Okoye opens up on reason for split from twin brother

- Singer and former member of now defunct PSquare group has finally opened up about his split from his brother

- In a recent interview, Okoye stated that the cause of their split had nothing to do with their music

- The Audio Money crooner said that the main cause of their split is tied to family issues

Several things have been said about the real reason behind PSquare's split. The twin brother who were once the top singers in the entertainment industry called it quits and began their solo career. So far it appears to be working out for both of them but people are still dying to know why the twin brothers said their goodbyes.

While speaking to Accelerate TV, Paul Okoye who shared a lot about his latest single titled Audio Money stated that his brother and himself split because of family issues and not because of music. Clearly, the brothers who are still releasing hit singles still got it.

However, Okoye didn't share details on the why they had to say their goodbyes but he highlighted that they had family issues and for that reason, they had to go their separate ways.

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Meanwhile, self-acclaimed Ghanaian billionaire Shatta Bandle was in Nigeria and the young man paid a visit to Paul Okoye of the defunct music group, Psquare.

The friendship between the two seems to be waxing even stronger, as it would be recalled that the short man made a cameo appearance in Okoye’s music video for his latest single, Audio Money.

In the picture shared on the Instagram page of Shatta Bandle, he was spotted striking a pose for the camera inside the living room of the musician.

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