The singer’s former manager revealed that she tried to get the singer signed to Jude Okoye’s Northside Music Group twice, but only succeeded on the second attempt. She also revealed that she drafted the contract Cynthia Morgan signed and not Jude Okoye.
Joy Tongo, Cynthia Morgan’s former manager has released an official statement on some incidents she said happened, prior to parting ways with the dancehall singer.
Asides backing Jude Okoye’s claim of paying Cynthia Morgan’s rent and also giving her money to buy a land for her mother in Benin, Joy Tongo also affirmed that there is nothing in the contract that stated that Jude Okoye or Northside Music would assume ownership of the singer’s legal name, royalties and social media accounts.
Recalling some challenges they went through to make Cynthia Morgan a household name, Joy Tongo disclosed that the dancehall star began performing at shows outside of her and Jude Okoye’s approval and awareness after her breakthrough song “I’m taken”. She also disclosed that she parted ways with the singer after she became unmanageable and started planning to exit from the music executive’s label before the end of her contract.
Read the statement below;