Nigerian dancehall queen Cynthia Morgan has said she was not appealing for sympathy when she came public about her past with her former record label boss, Jude Okoye.
She made this known as she reacted to backlashes from Nigerians over her revelations with Jude Okoye.
Morgan, in earlier report by Nigeria’s Daily Post, had accused Okoye of maltreating her while under his label and also taking over her Vevo accounts.
But responding, Okoye said he never stopped Morgan from using her name but only took over her Vevo account because she owed him N40 million.
He went ahead to release the contract he signed with her, which has triggered a backlash from Nigerians.
Some Nigerians took to their Twitter page accusing Morgan of being a “clout chaser”.
However, in an Instagram session on Tuesday night, Morgan revealed that she did not reveal her past to gain sympathy.
According to her, she would have made her revelation years ago if that was her intention.
“I did not talk about Jude Okoye and my past because I want sympathy from Nigerians. People saying I came out because of sympathy are wrong, this thing happened four years ago. If I wanted sympathy, I would have changed my name back then and come out crying,” she stated.
“The agreement with Okoye was like a loan. If he invested N50m in me, I was to pay back that N50m before we started sharing 50/50 formula from the music or video,” she added.