Paul wrote, “Back to Naija. Don’t take my silence for granted…only a woman can come where brothers are working in peace
and destroy it.”
Most fans believe the message was directed at no other person than Peter’s wife, Lola, who had arguably been a bone of contention in their previous quarrel.
Responding to his brother, Peter also wrote, “People who can’t stand to see the success of others will never experience their own.”
However, in an online message on Tuesday, Lola too broke her silence, saying that she is a woman of peace.
Commenting on the development on social media platforms, such as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, many fans have expressed disappointment in the frequent rows between the PSquare brothers. While some insinuate that the fights are a gimmick deployed by the twins and their handlers to generate publicity, others argue that they may end up losing most of their followers and respect from members of the public.
Apparently worried by signs of an emerging rift within the group, one commentator tells our correspondent, “From what I have read on social media, I think the PSquare brothers may be heading for a final breakup. The signs are obvious.”
Meanwhile, fans of the musical twins worried about the vacuum that may be created in the music industry, should they decide to finally go their separate ways, have started praying for a quick solution to the latest challenge facing the group.
It will be recalled that Peter and Paul Okoye faced a similar crisis in 2015, which led to a temporary breakup of their partnership and the beginning of solo career as ‘Rude Boy’ and ‘Mr P’, respectively.