Cynthia Morgan calls out Jude Okoya, demands N7m debt
The rifts between Nigerian dancehall artist, Cynthia Morgan and her for record label owner, Jude Okoye seem far from over as she has called him out to pay her N7m, an amount she claims Jude owes her.
Sharing a series of Insta story posts on her Instagram, she wrote: “Pay me my money @judeeengees.”
In another story, post she also dragged in her former manager, Joy Tongo into the call-out by attaching “RIP” to her photo. And wrote: ”@joytongo tell your brother to pay me my money. 7million naira. If not more…”
Recall that Cynthia Morgan who now goes by the stage name Madrina had alleged that she was not allowed to use her stage name and that she no longer had access to her social media accounts following her exit from Jude Okoye’s Northside Records.
These allegations, Jude debunked, saying that the songstress still had access to her social media account two years after leaving the label.
He added that the contract Cynthia had with him (Northside Records) expired in 2017 when responding to a question on if Cynthia Morgan was free.
Jude also affirmed that Morgan indeed owed him over 40 million dollars.