Nigerian dancehall sensation, Cynthia Morgan has been off public radar for a few years. She recently made news rounds when she granted an interview a while ago. She is making the rounds again after appearing on Instagram Live, with Mental Health Enthusiast, Sandra Ogbebor on her regular show; Upfront With Sandra.
Cynthia Morgan spoke about a whole lot. Ranging from her label and contract woes, battling depression and a long term illness.
According to Cynthia Morgan, after her stint with Jude Okoye’s Northside Entertainment, she lost rights to her stage name—hence the reason for the change to Madrina, also lost ownership to her Vevo account, Instagram account.
She has been sick for a long while, been on a long treatment course which has rendered her broke. She had to relocate from Lagos to Benin City to stay off public eye.
Her ordeal has left her depressed. Sadness from unaccomplished goals, bad career decisions, and illness.
However, an initiative to get Cynthia Morgan back to music led by Sandra Ogbebor has been kick started, with the soliciting of public donations, support from industry contacts, and social media campaigns.