Singer May D shares his ugly experience while he was still with Psquare

May 25, 2020
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Singer May D shared his experience with the defunct Psquare music group

The singer shared series of tweets slamming those who accused him of being ungrateful. May D aclaimed that he never got paid for all he did for the music group, from writing songs, to his vocal input in their Invasion album. 

May D also said that he never had a bank account while with Square Records which was owned by Psquare, and lived in their boys quarter with their driver and cook, sharing one toilet, although their twin duplex was empty.

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