Singer, Cynthia Morgan, now Madrina, has apologised to her former record label boss, Jude Okoye and her former manager, Joy Otongo, for blaming her career struggles on them.
The 28-year-old did so in a statement she shared on Instagram on Wednesday.
She wrote, “I Cynthia Morgan, would like to use this platform to appreciate all the love, well wishes and support from everyone… My heartfelt appreciation once again goes to Jude and Joy. It is the pain speaking, not Cynthia. Thanks for giving me the platform to grow the Cynthia Morgan brand.”
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Cynthia had on Sunday alleged that Jude, who owns her former record label, Northside Entertainment, had prevented her from using her stage name and social media accounts, an allegation which he denied.
A copy of the contract said to be the one which the ‘German Juice’ singer signed with the label in 2013, was shared by blogger, Tunde Ednut, on social media on Monday.