Ebuka Obi-Uchendu has pushed for an end to the feud of Peter ‘Mr. P’ Okoye and Paul ‘Rudeboy’ Okoye following the duo’s excitement over Chelsea’s Champions League triumph.


On Saturday, Chelsea won the prestigious title for the second time in their history after defeating Manchester City.

Rudeboy and Mr. P had both taken to their social media pages in jubilation, sharing photos of themselves in Chelsea jerseys.

Reacting, Ebuka mildly suggested that they hug it out and end their protracted feud, given their shared interests.

“Maybe Peter and Paul will hug it out tonight with their excitement after this win. Do it!” he wrote on Twitter.


Up until 2016, the brothers were members of P-Square, one of the most successful African groups of all time.


Ebuka won’t be the first prominent figure in the entertainment industry to seek a P-Square reconciliation.


The spotlight has continued to beam on the brothers since their controversial split. The duo parted ways after a disagreement on the influence of Jude Okoye, their older brother and manager.

Jude had also once noted that he can never bring the duo back together.

“This problem has nothing to do with Peter and Paul. Peter and Paul are not quarreling. Peter was fighting me to be out from P-Square all because Usher, Beyonce, and every other person did it,” Jude had said.

“Paul was like, ‘give me a reason why Jude has to go. If I don’t get a reason, Jude isn’t going anywhere’.

“Now Paul has to be punished for supporting me. If two are fighting and the referee supposed to separate the fight is also being fought, how then do you want to end the fight? Peter and Paul don’t have problems with each other.”

“Peter has a problem with me. I have asked him several times what the problem is but he refused to say. How can I bring P-square back when I’m the one they don’t want in the picture? There is nothing I haven’t done.”

Fan’s react to Ebuka’s fresh prod at P-Square’s five-year feud

Ebuka’s comment elicited a wave of mixed reactions from fans and critics alike — some expressed their exhaustion over the matter and others backed Ebuka’s call for a truce.

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