Nigerians Stand Up For Cynthia Morgan Begin GoFundMe To Bring Her Back


Currently, Nigerian dancehall singer now known as Madrina is trending on Twitter after she granted an Instagram live interview.

During the interview, revealed why she has been away from making music for the past four years.

According to the ‘German Juice’ singer, she suffered depression and fell sick because of her varied battle with her former record label Northside Entertainment.

was formally signed to Jude Okoye’s Northside Entertainment where she dropped some massive tunes before everything came tumbling down. She revealed the length her former record label went to fight her like taking over her social media pages and stopping her from using her stage name ‘’.

Following her confessions, Nigerians have decided to stage a comeback for the Headies Next Rated nominee. At the moment a GoFundMe account has been opened on her behalf.

Currently plans are in motion to bring her back to Lagos.

Watch her Instagram live video below and how Nigerians reacted to her interview.

is going to pull a remontada on us.
She was asked if offered an apartment and mobility here in Lagos, would she move in immediately and she said yes.She’s got some songs ready and always ready to record from scratch again.A GoFundMe account has been set up for her

— ZEUS (@itzbasito) May 23, 2020

This ordeal has just proven that Nigerian record label owners can be extremely wicked. We overlooked Kiss Daniel having to change his name to Kizz Daniel. But how no go fit use her own real name? What sort of contract is that

— Leo Dasilva (@SirLeoBDasilva) May 24, 2020

Cynthia Morgan had issues with her Record Label (Owned by PSquare brother – Jude Okoye), She lost all royalty, She lost her stage name which is her real name, Her Instagram account, she doesn’t even have access to her VEVO account anymore.

She’s now a shadow of herself.

— Samuel Naijablogger (@Naijablogger) May 23, 2020

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