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Singer Cynthia Morgan Calls Out Jude Okoye Again

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Nigerian singer, Cynthia Morgan also known as Madrina, has called out her former record label boss, Jude Okoye also known as Jude Engees once again. She has attacked her with a direct message that ‘he would suffer for his evil ways’.

The singer took to social media to make the daring attack on her former record label boss.

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Her post read: “@judeengees you will suffer for your evil ways.”

Cythia Morgan was the first artiste to be signed to Jude Okoye’s record label.

See post below:

Source: www.Ghgossip.com

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