The Kennis Music executive thinks it is quite an unhealthy state of affairs seeing the Psquare brothers at loggerheads.
The Kennis Music label executive thinks nothing positive can result from the current state of rancour between the pair who already recorded over a 100 songs together.
He lamented over the belligerent nature of Nigerian music stars who often let issues aggravate due to their enormous pride. Ogungbe thinks such instance applies to the twin who reportedly put up a shared property for sale.
“The fighting between the P-Square will not bring out anything good; they are brothers and have produced over 100 songs, but they are fighting, it is going to affect their music.
“I don’t care about what anybody says, it is a bad development for them; they should settle whatever they have against each other.
“Most Nigerian musicians are very pompous and have no respect; they derive pleasure in fighting which always lead to their downfall.
“For me, I want all Nigerian musicians to be successful, that is what I want and pray for. They should succeed," Ogungbe told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in a chat "on the sidelines of the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) 2017 in Lagos."
This is following an earlier submission by the media personality who initially claimed that their altercation was a P.R stunt but the latest development has revealed that to be unlikely.
The beef between the pair, Paul and Peter Okoye reached a climax after a video showing both in a heated argument emerged. The latter alleged that his brother had threatened his family making him fear for their safety.