P-Square delete MayD’s video from YouTube account

Last week, Square Records released a statement stating that MayD had been dropped off their label with MayD claiming not to know what they’re on about. While this whole drama unfolds, P-Square have deleted MayD’s video Ile Ijo from YouTube. The video is now unavailable to view on YouTube.

I think this is rather childish… The fact that an artiste is no longer under your label doesn’t mean you should delete anything that links /linked that artiste to your record label. Whatever business Square Records and May D had at the time would have been strictly official. Why would they allow private matters interfere with this? I’m still waiting to see if P-Square will release another version the remix of Chop My Money without MayD in it. That was the best part of that song, by the way.

#Team MayD is currently trending on Twitter.

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5 Responses to "P-Square delete MayD’s video from YouTube account"

  1. Ebele says:

    I concur,its rextremely childish

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  2. Toyex Tunde says:

    What else do u expect, it cost him nothing to place his video back on youtube.

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  3. Toyex Tunde says:

    What else do u expect, it cost him nothing to place his video back on youtube.

    Reply
  4. Faiza Buhari says:

    Them song is not Gud paul and peter

    Reply

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