- Nigerian singer Davido has shared his plans to help Cynthia Morgan to set her music career up again
- Davido told Cynthia to call him as he's got an anthem for her
- Nigerians have reacted to this as they hail the father of three over his generousity
Nigerian singer Davido has stepped into the controversial matter between Cynthia Morgan and Jude Okoye. The Omo Baba Olowo crooner took to his social media page to tell Cynthia to call him.
It all started when the German juice singer revealed during an Instagram live that she has been off the radar because of a life-threatening illness. She also alleged that she lost everything to her former label, Northside Records, which was owned by Jude Okoye.
Cynthia also explained 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.
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As expected, Nigerians took to social media to express their opinion over Cynthia's revelation about Jude Okoye. A fan of Davido called Victor Israel took to Twitter to appeal to the Blow My Mind crooner to appeal to him on behalf of Cynthia.
Recalling how the I'm Taken singer dissed Davido some years back, Victor begged that he called her for a studio session.
Davido seemed to have heard the plea of his follower as he told Cynthia to call him.
The singer said that he has an anthem for the Billion Dollar Woman crooner. According to him, he would record his verse.
Nigerians have also reacted to that as they expressed their surprise at Davido's magnanimity despite the way Cynthia talked down on him some years back.
Read some comments below:
The singer caught the attention of internet users on the platform after he shared a post on his Snapchat page moments after Davido came out to describe himself and colleague Wizkid as the greatest African superstars.
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