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“You Rejected The Contract I Gave U Because They Made You See Me Like The Bad Egg’ – Peter Okoye Reminds Cynthia Morgan

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“You Rejected The Contract I Gave U Because They Made You See Me Like The Bad Egg’ – Peter Okoye Reminds Cynthia Morgan

Peter Okoye of the defunct Psquare music group has reminded Cynthia Morgan of how she rejected the contract he gave her, after she narrated how she “lost everything” associated with her music career to his elder brother and CEO of Northside Records, Jude Okoye.

LIB reported earlier that Cynthia Morgan who narrated her ordeal in an Instalive session, said she lost her stage name, Instagram account, royalty and VEVO account due to the contract she signed witth Jude Okoye.

Reacting to Cynthia’s disclosure, Peter Okoye revealed that he also decided to cut off the relationship he had with his elder brother and twin brother Paul Okoye 3 years ago, to be free.

He also recalled how Cynthia Morgan rejected the contract he gave her because “they” made him look like the bad egg

Peter encouraged the dancehall star never to give up and also to understand that God has a purpose for everything. He tweeted;

My dear C Morgan, The decision i made 3yrs ago was never about the fame, money or power! It was for my FREEDOM!

Sad you rejected the contract i gave u.

Just because they made you see me like the bad egg. I pray you understand that God has a purpose for everything. Never give up

The Truth shall prevail. God will surely see you through C Morgan… Gnight

And some people thought i was stupid when I made the right decision. My dear C Morgan! it’s never to late to be what you might have been.

God will surely see you through and carry you through the storm. Keep believing

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