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It Was A Publicity Stunt'- PSquare's PR On In- fighting & Breakup

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So it was all a publicity stunt after all. While we were all worried and
praying against rumours of infighting and break up in the P Square
camp, some other people were laughing at he gullibility of Nigerians.
Speaking in this chat with Icon Weekly magazine, P-Square’s Publicist,
Bayo Adetu opens up on what really transpired..
Read excerpts from the interview below...
Greetings, Bayo, we heard that the Okoye brotherS have finally
reconciled, can you give us an insight on what really happened?
After a long laugh… My brother, I’m telling you this as a friend, there was
no fight at all. The whole thing started after Jude tweeted some days
back and bloggers feasted on it and gave it several interpretations which
never existed, and that was how we got here.
Are you saying there wasn’t a fight at all, how then did Peter
and Paul keep releasing comments through their Facebook
My guy, I can authoritatively tell you that neither of the P-Square
brothers, nor even Jude operate their Facebook accounts anymore.
Whatever Facebook posted was from an impersonator, pretending to be
anyone of them. P-Sqaure is active on twitter, not on facebook, so you
see, the whole thing was founded on lies.
If what you are saying is true, why did they all tweet a
reconciliatory tweet this morning indicating that they have
mended fences?
There’s one thing you should know, P-Square are not politicians, neither
are they businessmen to be worried about what one useless blogger or
the other has to say about them.
In this game, bad publicity is good publicity. When we read those funny
posts, we decided to play along with the general public and what they
were meant to believe.
Yesterday, Thursday, April 24, 2014 was Jude Okoye’s birthday and he
also used the opportunity to propose to his girlfriend while we laughed at
the stupidity of some Nigerian bloggers.
We later decided to further play into their hands by reaching a consensus
to tweet what they have termed the ‘reconciliation tweet’.
However as a journalist, I am pained that trained journalists allow
themselves to be remoted by Linda Ikeji, a mere blogger without any
professional training to stall them from investigating serious news
material like this.
These days, immediately Linda posts anything on her blog, journalists just
go there and copy and paste the story without any checks and balances,
it is outrightly wrong, I’m really upset about this.
She called me after posting the story and I just decided to ignore her
calls, because I didn’t think we had anything more to say when the milk
has been spilt.
I have taken my time to explain to you this way because, you are a friend
and did not join the bandwagon.
As for those bloggers out there, I allowed them to write whatever they
like; after all, they are consuming their Internet data, not

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