Paul Okoye denies Squareville has been locked down.
Nigerian pop star Paul Okoye, 34, has reacted to the stories that Psquare's Omole mansion popularly known as Squareville has been locked up.
Using his Instagram account he wrote "Pls ignore the rumors that is spraying that our house is on fire lol. People sha! God forbid.....there was a situation in our neighborhood early hours of this morning....and our attention was needed.... And my people called me as early as 5am...so I had to drive from Island to the mainland to intervene...I was the only person around... Those of you spraying what ever I don't blame you all.... God will never allow that to happen... In Jesus name ....: sorry I have to use social media lol .... Respect."
An hour ago it was reported that Squareville was reportedly under lock and key from bailifs. According to an eyewitness who spoke to instablog9ja, a scene was created in front of the Squareville mansion because Psquare failed to show up for an event in Benin even though they were paid by the client.
The client stormed the Omole mansion with bailiffs to lock up the house. According to sources the client took this action after the award winning pop group failed to show up at court three times after they were sued by the client.
According to instablog9ja Peter Okoye drove off angrily this morning as security men tried to chase away the crowd in front of Squareville.
This week has been very dramatic for Psquare. On February 16, 2016 Peter Okoye went to Twitter to demand that his brother Jude Okoye step down as the manager of Psquare.