According to a PUNCH newspaper reporter, “the singer is already talking to his lawyers. As soon as that is done, an official statement would be made available to the media depending on the advice of his legal team.
Last month, Jude Okoye, CEO, Northside Ent. Ltd/Square Records released a statement signed by Square Records(READ HERE), which sacked May D from their record label.
May D claims to have read about the termination of his contract, on blogs and newspapers, he could not believe it, which is why he might seek to redress matter in a court of law.