Cynthia Morgan is finally letting bygone be bygone after days of heated exchange with her former record label and manager.
Cynthia had in a live Instagram interview over the weekend accused music executive Jude Okoye of ruining her music career after she left his record label, Northside Entertainment.
She claimed the contract she signed with the label made her lose her name, Instagram account, royalties and VEVO account after they fell out.
However, Okoye, who had earlier addressed the allegations in an interview, on Tuesday made the contract available to the public to counter all Cynthia’s claims.
The contract showed Cynthia Morgan lied during her interview.
The release of the contract also made many who had earlier believed her story to change their opinion and channel their anger towards the singer.
And in an open letter she posted on her Instagram page on Wednesday, Cynthia, who now goes by the stage name Madrina, admitted that she made mistakes.
She wrote: “I was younger and new in the industry and in retrospect, some things could have been done differently instead of left unresolved.
“However, in telling my story, I have not lied but only shared my story as it happened from my own point of view.
“Also, I allowed the hurt and pain from past dealings take over my emotions.”
She also appreciated Jude Okoye and her former manager, Joy Tongo, for giving her the platform to grow, telling them to forget the past as “it is the pain speaking, not Cynthia.”
See her post below;