Nigerian rapper Cynthia Morgan has shed light on her troubling past experiences with her former record label, Northside Music, owned by Jude Okoye. The singer, who was previously signed to the label, shared her grievances on Instagram in the wake of 27-year-old singer Mohbad’s recent passing.
In her candid revelation, Cynthia Morgan disclosed the alleged unpleasant encounters she faced during her time with the record label. She revealed that even to this day, Jude Okoye, the label owner, cannot meet her eye to eye. She accused the label of spreading numerous false stories about her over the years.
Cynthia emphasized that confronting such situations requires a brutal approach, asserting that people wouldn’t fabricate lies about someone unless they were afraid of them. She recounted how the label propagated falsehoods, including claims of providing her with a car, a house, and allowances. The allegations even extended to asserting that she never generated returns for the label.
Expressing the toll this ordeal took on her emotionally, Cynthia mentioned the heartbreaking rumors and speculations she had heard about herself. She claimed that these experiences led her to lose faith in humanity, exacerbated by encounters with individuals who further disheartened her.
Cynthia Morgan also mentioned an attempted meeting arranged last year to address the issues, but she alleged that Jude Okoye backed out, demonstrating what she described as cowardice.