Cynthia Morgan has opened up on what she went through after she had an issue with the CEO of her former record label ‘Northside Records’, Jude Okoye.
In an Instalive chat with former Miss Globe Nigeria, Cassandra, the dancehall star recalled losing her stage name “Cynthia Morgan”, her VEVO account, royalties, Instagram account and other things due to the contract she signed and the record label issue she had with the music executive.
According to the singer, she had information on Jude Okoye and would have won if she pushed further, but she decided at that time that it wasn’t necessary.
She however became depressed thereafter and had to relocate to Benin to save cost for treatment of an illness that almost took her life.
On why she did not open up at that time, Cynthia Morgan who now goes by the name “Madrina” said was not ready to talk as she believed it was a phase of life she would surmount. She also admitted that some of colleagues in the music industry reached out to her, but she didn’t say anything because it was all centered on work which she wasn’t ready to get back to then.
The singer said that she does not want to sign under a label anymore but open to partnerships and hoping to stage a comeback.
A GoFundMe account has been launched by her fans who expressed sympathy over “all she went through” with the hashtag #BringBackCynthinaMorgan.