Former manager of dancehall musician, Cynthia Morgan, has waded in on allegations by her former artiste against the CEO of her former record label ‘Northside Records’, Jude Okoye.
Morgan, who now bears the stage name ‘Madrina‘, had claimed that Jude made her stop using the stage name ‘Cynthia Morgan’, took over her VEVO and Instagram accounts after her contract ended.
Joy Tongo, however, chastised the artiste in a series of tweets, saying her pride and nasty attitude towards other people caused her career to nosedive.
“Cynthia Morgan this is 2020, we haven’t forgotten all your dirt! Internet does not lie, emails does not lie and much more,” she wrote on Twitter.
“I am coming for you! All the dirt you did to I and Jude and others you must pay this time around. Is over 4 years and you are still talking trash!.”
Cynthia Morgan shot into the limelight following the release of two singles titled “Don’t Break My Heart” and “Lead Me On”, which received massive airplay and positive reviews from critics.
Tongo went further to say that the musician used “her own hands and mouth to kill her once bubbling career” four years ago, discrediting Morgan’s claims against Jude.
In an Instagram post, she continued, “Record Label /Management are not a charity organization. As Cynthia Morgan’s formal manager from 2011-2016 who have never spoken out, I can boldly say No one killed your career. Your Pride and your nasty attitude was your downfall.
“You used your own hands and mouth to kill your once bubbling career. Since you can’t own up to your downfall of your music career and you are now trying to get people to have sympathy for you after 4 years, let me remind you shortly .”