Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye, has lambasted fans who claimed he and his brother, Paul Okoye, would have won the Grammy awards if they had stayed together as P-Square.
Okoye scolded such fans, saying they all contributed to the breakup by their rants and discouraging talks.
The 63rd Grammy was held two weeks ago at Los Angeles, United States, where two Nigerians singers, Damini Ogulu, also known as Burna Boy, and Wizkid won categories.
In a live interaction with his fans on Instagram on Sunday, Okoye blamed the comparison made by fans as part of the reasons why the defunct group, P-Square, broke up.
He said, “For those trying to troll us, if it is painful for you, it’s not painful for us. You guys don’t matter anymore. Let me say it openly, if you are a P-Square angry fan, you guys don’t matter anymore. It’s not about you guys anymore, it’s about us. Go and deal with your sour.
“Don’t let me hit on you guys because you guys don’t even deserve it. Because you guys are among the people that contributed to the break-up. Two brothers doing their own thing, you try to say one is better than one. Una don get wetin una want.
“You guys are doing that to Davido and Wizkid, maybe when they start taking arms and killing themselves; you guys will be happy. You guys go deal with your sour, we have to move on, you should move on too.”
In Los Angeles at the 63rd annual Grammy awards, Burna Boy won the Best Global Music Album category with his Twice as Tall track, while Wizkid won the Best Video for his song with Beyonce.