Police raid P-Square’s Lagos residence over N8m breach of contract


Scarcely had the dust over the fracture between Peter of Psquare and his siblings; Paul and Jude settled when the famous music family is confronted with another muddled, annoying on charged rupture of agreement.

Occupants of Omole Estate woke up Friday morning to the intrusion of the Square Villa, home of Psquare, by policemen, purportedly completing a court request to recover about N8million said to have been paid to Psquare for a show they in the long run turned down.

A pioneer of the appointment said they were completing a request went by the Ikeja High Court, Lagos.

“Psquare were paid more than 8million Naira for an appear and they didn’t appear for the appear. Our employment here is to implement the court order and recover the money. At this moment they say they are attempting to exchange the cash and that is the reason we are holding up.”

In spite of the fact that the gathering neither demonstrated the court order nor uncovered the name of the customer, an onlooker said the vocalists seemed beaten by the circumstance which pulled in a mammoth to their habitation.

Paul was seen driving out of the Sqaure Ville in a tinted BMW, declining to identify with anybody.

There were signs the artist was going to deal with the discount instead of permit further attack.

Review that couple of days prior, Peter began a Twitter tirade, bailing with their senior sibling and director, Jude. The matter seemed to die down after Paul brought sides with Jude.

Dwindle had proceeded to uncover all the more intense insider facts, including how Jude captured reggae star, Cynthia Morgan from him.

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