Square Records and Northside Entertainment CEO Jude “Engees” Okoye  today reportedly announced via the label’s publicist Bayo Adetu that May D is no longer signed to the label.  The Ile Ijo artist was the first and only act signed to the label and as so far produced two hit singles under the label. May D featured on two singles off PSquare’s fifth album ‘Invasion‘ one of which was the hit single ‘Chop my money’ and also on the  killer remix featuring Akon.

Read the official press release from Square Records below;

Official Statement

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
I,JUDE ‘ENGEES’ OKOYE of Square Records Limited and Northside Entertainment Limited hereby announces to the general public that Mr. Akinmayokun Awodumila, otherwise known as MAY D is no longer an artiste under the aforementioned outfits due to irreconcilable differences.
We at Northside and Square records wish him all the best in his career and life.

However, in a similar development Via theNetNG May D says “I don’t know what they are talking about. You know I don’t stay in their house so how am I meant to know this?

According to theNETNG, a close friend of May D however said the singer has been unhappy at Square records for many months.

‘He says they aren’t doing much for his career, May D wants to spend big like Davido and co. He’s not happy at all as he [is] most times broke.‘

May D is usually seen driving the twins Hummer H2 around town. ‘Just because he’s riding the Hummer doesn’t mean he’s happy o‘ the source added. There are a lot of strange things about this news, we keep our fingers crossed as we look forward to hearing from both parties.

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