PSquare War: Money At The Root Of Family Fued – Howie T, Ex-Manager

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By TEMILADE ENIOLA

 

Psquare’s first-ever manager, Howie T has shed more insights into the ongoing feud between Nigeria’s biggest music group.

The showbiz guru has come a long way with the singers managing them from 2001 to 2005 after they won a Benson & Hedges talent hunt in 2001.

 

Here are excerpts from his chat with Thenet.ng’s chief correspondent, Dayo Showemimo:

Well, the guys in question are adults, married with children, so I think we should respect their opinion. And the truth is, I believe they know what they are doing’.

When I saw Peter’s Tweets, I called him and even went to see him to talk to him about it. He said Jude is the problem that he doesn’t have any issue with Paul’.

He told me that in a normal setting, a manager is supposed to be their employee and not the other way round, but Jude always uses his influence as their elder brother to boss over them. He also said managers collect between 15 – 25 % of an artiste’s income but in their case they share everything equally and he’s not happy with that sharing formula’.

‘In my opinion I think Peter is just trying to prove a valid point. He told me that he turned down a show Jude got them in Finland and when they called them for the Dubai show, he told the organisers what it takes to get Peter and Paul, what it takes to get Peter or Paul alone’.

Secondly, things like this messes up an artiste’s creativity, Peter is a composer, dancer and singer, when they sit down to vote on songs that’ll make their album, Paul and Jude vote for more of Paul’s songs than Peter’s and these are the things that pisses him off.

It has gone beyond just beef now, there’s a lot of ego at play’.

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1 Comment

  1. yncmp Boss

    April 21, 2016 at 12:05 am

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