If i were Cythia Morgan, i wouldn’t use the new found fame to release a new song, says Nairabet CEO Akin Alabi

   
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The founder of popular game bet,  Nairabet, and current member of The Senate House of Representatives,  Akin Alabi has advised Cynthia Morgan to use the new found fame on something else rather than Music.

Following the controversies, challenges faced the reggae dancehall artist, Cynthia Morgan, which had caused the absense of  the “Simatiniya” cronner from the music industry. This however got celebrities and others talking.

Alabi in a series of tweets  said:

“If I were Cynthia Morgan, I wouldn’t use the new found fame to release a new song. I’d use it to write a book, speak at events, sell CDs, start a podcast etc. There is no guarantee the song will blow & people will move on if it does not. She has a better shot at success this way.”

“She must find a way to capture value. All these let’s raise money for her to sing a new song. When the song comes out, you would be the first to insult her. She needs to use the new found fame to sell other things. Including the coloured hair she was known for.”

“For 99% of artistes, if you don’t evolve from singing to other things, you will regret it. Music is most times a means to an end. Not an end itself. This is a chance for a her to find that end.”

Not quit  long, Cynthia Morgan in an interview explained why she took a music break.

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She said she had a breakdown as she was really sick for a while and also going through a lot of family issues.

Morgan in a recent Instagram live interview with Upfront With Sandra, opened up about her challenges and illness.

Report has it that she was charged to an Ikeja High Court over her inability to pay the rent of her Omole apartment.

On the same day, she was served with the court papers, she was also allegedly served papers for papers for evading tax to the tune ofN3.584 million.

But according to report, a movement is ongoing to bring Cynthia Morgan back.

Upfront With Sandra is marshalling the movement to bring Cynthia Morgan back. She stated on her Instagram page that she has set up a GoFundMe account to help finance the singer’s return to the industry.

“We have decided to set up this gofundme to appeal to her fans to please contribute in bringing her back on the scene”, Sandra wrote on Saturday.

“She has unreleased fire hits that we can’t wait to share with the world. The truth is, she has remained the undisputed queen of dance hall in Nigeria and we need her back”.

Cynthia Morgan is a limelight raggea dancehall singer, previously signed to a record label lead by brother of PSquare,  Jude Okoye, after tons of challenges, she left the label. However she now go by the new stage name Madrina.

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