Nigerian singer, Akinmayokun Awodumila, better known as May D has narrated the cause of his fallout with Square Records of now-defunct music duo, PSquare.
In 2013, May D parted ways with PSquare and Jude Okoye due to “irreconcilable differences” as the statement released then stated.
Opening up on what really happened, May D via Instagram Live explained that PSquare didn’t want a contract with him at first.
According to the singer who just released his “May Day EP,” they never really believed him but just wanted to help him with their platform without a contract involved.
However, when he became popular, they suddenly wanted a contract with him, wanted to rush the deal and it didn’t sit well with him.
He added; “I had a couple of deals with Akon in America, they knew about it and didn’t want me to pull out with those deals. At the end of the day, everything went down the hill then.”