Twitter descends on Cynthia Morgan as Joy Tongo releases proof that she lied [photos]

A few days ago, Cynthia Morgan aka Madrina was the talk of social media after she revealed during an Instagram Live video that she was cheated.

She claimed that she was given a bad contract by Northside Entertainment, Jude Okoye’s record label, and she had lost the use of her social media accounts, her VEVO page, and other things.

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Twitter users sympathized with her and attacked Jude Okoye for defrauding her. They also spoke about the issue so much that they got the attention of Davido and Sterling bank. A GoFundMe account was also started on her behalf.

In the midst of all this, Cynthia Morgan’s former manager, Joy Tongo, cried out that the singer was lying but she went ignored.

After the story spread widely, Jude Okoye took to Tunde Ednut’s Instagram Live session to clear the air, promising to send a copy of Cynthia Morgan’s contract with Northside Entertainment to the blogger.

Well, her former manager, Joy Tongo, has shared the full details of the contract that Cynthia Morgan signed and it is eye-opening, to say the least.

Joy took to her Instagram page to share details about the contract which shows that, among other things, Cynthia Morgan still has full control of the use of her name.

After the full details were revealed, Nigerians took to Twitter to react to the news with the words, ‘So Cynthia Morgan’ trending in the first position.

Many mocked those who were gullible enough to fall for Cynthia’s lies, while others were glad that Jude has been vindicated.

See some reactions below:


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