Nigerian dancehall and reggae singer Cynthia Morgan was the guest on a recent episode of Da Chat with Zinia on HFTv Africa and she opened up on a range of issues and misconceptions surrounding her person. The controversial singer spoke on allegations about her fake boobs, her ‘foreign’ accent, relationship with P-Square and more. On her genre, Cynthia Morgan says it’s the fusion of a whole lot and she calls it “The god Mother Sounds”.
On her ‘bad girl’ personal, she says it’s all about the arts and she is ‘bad’ at her job, meaning she kills her performances and whatnot, but isn’t necessarily a bad person in real life as she has a good heart. According to her: “Cynthia Morgan is an artiste that [stands for] different [things]. “I don’t wanna be like any other person, I don’t wanna sound like any other person, I don’t wanna be confused [ for someone else], you know.” She also speaks about standing out with her red hair, her attitude and all regardless of the attacks online from critics. The Don’t Break My Heart singer also opened up on writing music based on her personal experiences, her environment and more. On her lewd images on social media, she said she just likes to do her thing and is natural regardless of how people see things and how differently her acts are analyzed. The German Juice crooner also touched on plans to drop her album in August 2016 as materials are almost fully prepared. The album, in her words “will contain 25 songs, with something new, something that’s never happened In Africa”. She also addressed the issues between Peter, Paul and Jude Okoye. Cynthia credited P-Square for being her mentors but acknowledged Jude Okoye for helping her career kickstart. She also doused rumours of being pregnant for Jude Okoye. Morgan has been involved in a series of criticisms owing to her outlandish style. The Lead Me On singer doesn’t appear fazed however. She wears a red weave, among other things, and in her strive for media buzz she once shared a picture on social media in which she was seen carrying a baby and puffing a stick of cigarette.