Peter Okoye Backs Cynthia Morgan Up Against His Brother, Tells her What To Do
The music industry has been so intriguing lately, this time, not because of the songs released by artistes but because of the level of drama pioneered and championed by Stars.
Following the “Wahala” between Davido and Burna Boy which dragged Wizkid and now even Naira Marley along, the unexpected between Cynthia Morgan and Jude Okoye continues as Peter Okoye supports the female singer instead of his brother.
Taking to his social media handle, the former Psquare duo, Peter Okoye, explained what could have been the case of Cynthia Morgan if she had left the record label chaired by his brother, Jude Okoye, 3 years ago.
According to him, the female singer should have left the label long ago by taking the contract he offered her when he punched “end” button with the label.
He noted that even if he was painted a bad person then, he would never forget how much freedom he enjoyed after leaving.
Advising Cynthia Morgan, Mr.P told the singer not to give up as God has a plan for everything.
See his words:
Such brotherly advise, right?
Meanwhile, reacting to the revelations of Morgan about Northside Inc label, Jude Okoye gave his side of the story debunking the allegations of the female singer.
According to Jude, he could never have changed Cynthia’s name for any reason, saying it was the female singer who attempted to change her name by herself of which he negated.
See his words in an Instagram live session with Tunde Ednut:
“I don’t understand if she has a contract where it is stated like that, she should bring it so we can see. The one I have here is not different. How can I hold her name, which court can grant it?
“You want to do things on your own because you think you can do things on your own, then you failed and you want to put the blame on me”.
Who do you believe in all of these?
Could Jude have attempted to change her name?
Was it because of the name and social media management issue that led to her leaving the record label?
In all truism, was Cynthia Morgan doing so well in the music industry before all of these?
And now that she is, maybe, about to be signed by Davido, what do you think the future holds for her based on her music antecedents.
What do you think about all of these?