Cynthia Morgan, Nigerian singer, has sparked reactions on social media over claims she made on her fallout with Northside Entertainment, her former record label, owned by Jude Okoye.


The 28-year-old Afropop singer initially went off the grid for a year but would later announce a rebrand in 2018, which saw her change her stage name to Madrina. Yet, she wasn’t forthcoming in music.

In a recent Instagram live interview with Sandra Ogbebor, Morgan talked about her health issues, dealing with depression and her stint with her former record label.

The vocalist also opened up on how her fallout and exit from her former label affected her music identity, VEVO account, music royalties, and social media accounts.


According to Morgan, the fallout came after Jude, brother to renowned defunct group PSquare, had claimed she didn’t meet her financial obligations on the money spent on producing the videos to her songs.

Her claims have since sparked a plethora of reactions on social media platforms, especially Twitter, where users have been using the hashtag #BringBackCynthiaMorgan to register their different opinions.

A GoFundMe account was also created to help revive her career.


While a number of users bashed Okoye for allegedly taking advantage of Morgan’s desperation, others blamed her for not reading the terms of her contract before signing it.

“Cynthia Morgan should’ve read the damn contract. If you sell your soul out of desperation, that’s on you, sis! Business is business! If the label is smart, she just still have contractual obligations so all you starting a gofundme, read the contract first,” a Twitter user said.

“Cynthia Morgan admitted to never reading her contract in that interview. Artistes learn from this story and read everything. Get an entertainment lawyer, not that lawyer that oversees properties and tenants at Ibeju Lekki. Someone that will help you make the best decisions,” another user said.

Here is what some Nigerians had to say:


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