- Cynthia Morgan recently held a press conference where she addressed issues concerning her former record label boss, Jude Okoye
- According to the singer who now goes by Madrina, Jude lied about many things which she has since moved on from
- The singer went on to speak out about her trying times and all the things she suffered under his record label
Nigerian reggae queen, Cynthia Morgan, is back with a big bang and ready to move on to greater things. Morgan has opened up about some of the issues she faced while under the record label of Jude Okoye.
In a recent press conference, the Edo-born talent who now goes by the name, Madrina, revealed that contrary to what everyone thinks, Jude, and not her, breached the contract agreement between them.
She also revealed that even though her agreement stated that both parties were to provide 50% of the cost for production each, she provided 100% of the funds required to produce her music.
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On how the issues began, she revealed that 3 years into her contract, Jude wanted her to sign a new contract which she refused. According to the German Juice crooner, that was the beginning of their problem.
Madrina went on to counter the claims that he bought her a car. According to her, he didn't buy the car for her but she bought it from him instead.
She also revealed she had a breakdown, was ill and also had family issues she had to go back and sort out.
When asked if her friends reached out, she mentioned the likes of Olamide, Tiwa Savage and Seyi Shay. She said they reached out to her but didn't really understand what was happening and she wasn't ready to talk.
Recall Davido who was one of those to publicly show his support for her following the saga, offered to collaborate on a song with her.
Madrina, however, said they've been unable to communicate with each other properly.
On her issue with Jude, she had this to say: "I personally don't have issues with Jude because I have moved on. I saw it as a life lesson for me. There was even a point in time when I said if this is how music is, I'm not gonna let my kids do music. It was that terrible."
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Watch her full interview below: