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Going by the ongoing feud between Cynthia Morgan, her former manager- Joy Tongo and her record label entertainment boss- Jude Engees Okoye, May D has also voiced out on the matter.

May D, an artiste who was once signed to square records owned by Psquare (Peter Okoye (Mr.P) and Paul Okoye (Rudeboy) ) also voiced about the twins and their elder brother.

May D lambasted those who called him an ingrate for the way he exited the record label. He said he neither had a bank account while with Square records, nor got paid for the songs he wrote for Psquare and his colabo with them in their Invasion album.

According to MayD, Psquare and elder brother- Jude Engees Okoye maltreated him while he was under them. He said they couldn’t give him their duplex for him to live in, as they made him live in the same room with their driver and cook. He also said he used his shirt as cover on the floor.

Jude Engees however replied May D. Although, he did not add the shut up, but he may as well as omitted it from the blurnt reply he gave to May D.

According to Jude Engees, they bred May D for years even before they gave him a chance to join the label. However, as time went on, he wanted to be like Psqare in one night. What had taken Psquare years to achieve, he wanted to have in one night. He wanted to have big houses in Lekki and also big cars without patiently waiting for his hardwork in his music career to fetch these for him.

Jude called May D a greedy fellow!


Imagine o! So this May D still get “iwe na afor” as in “anger in his mind” and he attended one of the twins wedding with smiles all over his face. He even bought the expensive aso ebi. Nawa o! Pent up emotion!

By the way, how person wey big like May D no go get bank account, smh sha!


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