Controversy plagues Naija's P-Square
Johannesburg - Controversy keeps following P-Square like a mosquito in your room at night.
The Nigerian act, who shot to global fame after signing to Akon's label, Konvict Muzik with hits such as Personally, are said to be on the brink of collapse.
Once the darlings of African music, twins Peter and Paul Okoye now find themselves in the news for internal fighting and alleged legal battles with promoters.
Last week, the group's fans watched in horror as Peter took to Twitter to demand that his brother Jude step down as the group's manager.
But just as the dust was settling on that matter, fresh reports claimed the group's mansion was on lockdown after they failed to pay back NGN 8 million they allegedly owe a concert promoter.
According to a report in Pulse Nigeria, officers from the Ikeja High Court in Lagos shut down the mansion last week to collect the money. The incident comes after a promoter claims the group failed to show up for a show in Benin after being paid.
The group have since denied the reports, claiming that there was an incident, but that their house was not on lockdown.
Still, if the group is to be disbanded, as claimed in some quarters, we hope they don't take it too personally.