African Pop Sensation May D Sacked By Square Records


May D has denied knowledge of no longer being an artiste under Square Records. When contacted on Tuesday morning he said he was unaware.
His associates say that they all heard about the sack on blogs and social media, and that they believe May D was not properly informed.
Recent news from the wires  indicated that business relationships between, Akinmayokun Awodumila, also known as May D and P-Square's record label, Square records has come to an end.
This was made known in a statement released by P-Square's brother and director, and CEO of Square records, Jude "Engees"Okoye. The statement blamed irreconcilable differences for the break in contract, and the statement  also wished him well in future endeavors.

May D was the only artiste on the record label, apart from the twin sensation, since inception and was on P-Square's hit track "Chop my money" and the remix featuring Akon.

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