Cynthia Morgan, the troubled Nigerian Reggae singer, who has lately been on the headlines, has pen down an open letter to Jude Okoye and her former manager, Joy Tongo.
This is coming after a series of drama had engulfed between the singer and Jude, over what can be linked to the downfall of Morgan.
She had accused Jude recently of being the reason her musical career hit a downfall.
Some of the allegations leveled against Jude includes; alleged taking over of the singer’s Instagram and YouTube accounts, losing her stage name Cynthia Morgan, which has led her to settle for Madrina as her new stage name.
However, Jude had also denied the allegations, claiming he did his best to make the singer scale through in her short stint at the top.
Also taking his side, Cynthia’s former Manager, Joy, condemned the embattled singer saying she was just playing an intentional drama just to get compassion from people.
Jude Tuesday, released a copy of the singer’s contract drafted by her former manager, and signed by him.
Many critics lashed out on Cynthia for obvious reasons that she was lying all through about her state.
Cynthia has now opted for an open letter addressed to duo of Jude and Joy.
While appreciating both for their different roles in her career, she remained adamant that she never lied against neither of them during her interview.
Cynthia Morgan took out time to pour encomiums on UPFRONT WITH SANDRA, the platform through which she shared her ordeal with Nigerians and her fans across the world.
She of course, appreciated everyone who took the time to show her love and well wishes while she narrated her story.
She specially singled out David Adeleke, otherwise known has Davido for reaching out to her in the midst of her travails. They both have a negative history where Cynthia Morgan labelled him a ‘Fvck Boy’.
Cynthia took responsibility of her shortcomings in the middle of the whole drama, but insisted that other parties involved have a fair share of the blame as well.
She pointed out her young age and freshness to the industry, while she thought things could have been done differently and not left unresolved.
In all, she pointed out again that she never lied while telling her story, saying she only narrated her story from her own point of view.
Cynthia Morgan now Madrina reiterated that she may have allowed her hurt and pain from the experience take over her emotions while telling her story.
She took out the time to pour encomiums on everyone calling for her swift return to making music both online and offline.
She calls for their understanding, patience and support as she takes on a new journey with the Madrina brand.
She promised not to take the new opportunity she is being presented with for granted.
She reiterated her appreciation for Jude and Joy for helping her grow the Cynthia Morgan brand, while blaming the whole outburst on the pain she felt and not her person.
Madrina narrated she has now realised the importance of speaking out and sharing when one is facing challenges.
Conclusively, Cynthia appreciated all media houses and online publishers for their support and giving her the platform to introduce the Madrina brand.
Meanwhile, Jude Okoye’s younger brother, Peter Okoye now called Mr P consoled with the once depressed songstress over her plight. He also gave insights on a contract he offered her years back, which she turned down.