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Here’s GoFundMe page to bring back Cynthia Morgan's music career


Nigerian dancehall artist, Cynthia Morgan who has been missing in Nigeria music industry, has resurfaced after suffering from depression due to some legal issues with music label owned by Jude Okoye (P'square's brother).

A fund raising campaign has been launched, targeting to raise at least $150,000 to bring back her music career.

The fundraiser was launched on Saturday night by Sandra Ogbebor, who says she runs a mental, emotional, and psychological health awareness program.

Morgan used to be popular reggae / dancehall artist before she disappeared from radar some years back.


The singer appeared briefly in 2018 with a song, while changing her stage name from Cynthia Morgan to ‘Madrina’ as part of her efforts to rebrand.

According to the information on the Gofundme account, Cynthia Morgan, has since relocated to Benin city, Edo state, to cut medical bills before recovering from the illness.

The singer is said to have finished all her savings on medical bills and fell into deep depression. She decided to move to home state to hide away from the embarrassment.

She said to have taken ill shortly after her contract with her record label was terminated.

The artist is said to have some unreleased songs that with cash she will bounce back into the music scene immediately.

Before missing in action, Cynthia had dropped some hit songs including "I'm taken" "German juice" and "Simati Niya"

Cynthia had appeared on Instagram live chat with Sandra on Friday where she shared some of her current situation. Watch a clip below to see the new Cynthia.

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