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Cynthia Morgan Calls Paul 'Psqaure' Okoye An Idiot, See Why

MoreGist.com 06/26/2020

Nigerian female singer, Cynthia Morgan, also known as Madrina has been taking swipes at the Okoye family for a while now. Today, however, things got a little out of hand as she began to call names and rain down curses on her former record label boss, Jude Okoye. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

The whole drama started when Cynthia Morgan called out Jude Okoye and alleged that she was cheated during her contract with the record label. Although, we do not know why she suddenly outburst today, we do know that in her recent Instagram post she called out the younger brother to Jude, Paul Okoye who is also known as Rudeboy.

In her post, she called Rudeboy an idiot making reference to the "reason with me" crooner, where he said that "it is those who have failed that are blaming his brother." View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

However, sometime earlier, Cynthia Morgan had said that she was grateful to her former boss and was not blaming him for her dwindling career. 

According to her, "My heartfelt appreciation once again goes to JUDE and JOY. It is the pain speaking, not Cynthia. Thanks for giving me the platform to grow the Cynthia Morgan brand."

But today, she has now called out Paul Psquare and termed him an idiot. See her full statement below:  View pictures in App save up to 80% data. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

What do you think about this? Was she right to have insulted him like that? View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

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Top Comments
RechigirlLawrence · 06/28/2020
u mine am
EcheremCleans · 06/26/2020
but Cynthia Morgan make u no use rudeboy play for me ooo
JudeTsenongo · 06/26/2020
You follow rudeboy sign contract?let her face her mountain oh.
AdogahSmart · 06/26/2020
Hmmm, if rudeboy Catch you bah, your name na sorry

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