- Talented Nigerian singer, Cynthia Morgan, was off the radar for a while and has now resurfaced during an Instagram live interview
- During the session, Morgan spoke on how she went through a lot with her former record label, owned by Jude Okoye, and how she could have fought him because she had a lot of dirt on him
- The German Juice singer also spoke on how she was battling a life-threatening illness for over a year and how she had to relocate to Benin to cut costs
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The Nigerian entertainment industry is not always glitzy and glamorous and this is apparent in how dirty secrets are revealed after artistes fall out with their managements and misunderstandings occur.
One of Nigeria’s talented and promising female artistes, Cynthia Morgan, left many fans concerned after she went off the radar and stopped churning out the hit tracks she was known for.
Unknown to many, Morgan had fallen ill and was battling with a sickness that almost took her life but made sure to take all her money. In videos making the rounds on social media, Cynthia opened up during a live Instagram session with Miss Globe Nigeria, Cassandra.
The singer said that she had to move to Benin to save costs because of her sickness and that it took all the money she had gathered from music because she was ill for about a year.
Also in the interview, the German Juice singer spoke on how she lost everything to her record label, Northside Records, which was owned by Jude Okoye.
Morgan said that she lost her stage name ‘Cynthia Morgan’ and that she lost her royalties, Instagram and VEVO account and more because of the contract she signed with Jude Okoye.
She also said that she could have fought back at the time because she had a lot of dirt on Okoye but that she decided it was not necessary.
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In other news, Legit.ng reported that Don Jazzy spoke about his relationship with Dbanj during their Mo Hitz days.
The Nation reported that the Mavins record CEO stated that he enjoyed an uncommon relationship with D’Banj while they were together.
“The way I am with people in my company like myself and D’banj, money issues didn’t occur. I and D’Banj were so in sync that D’Banj can go to Oba of Lagos and return with N10 million and we would still share that money," he said, noting that the money does not even have to come from a performance.
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