Toke Makinwa has weighed in on the situation between Cynthia Morgan and her former record label boss, Jude Okoye.
In a recent Instagram Live interview, Cynthia Morgan disclosed how she went into depression after things went south for her when she signed a contract with Jude Okoye’s Northside Entertainment
May D also took to Twitter to share his unfavorable experience while working with the Okoye brothers
A number of people have now given their opinion on the matter. Some took the side of the record label boss Jude Okoye, others took the side of the artists.
Toke took to Twitter to give her opinion on the matter.
She wrote: “There has to be more ways to settle this Talent/record label/management relationships, nobody wins when there is no resolve, monies are still owed, talent is still wasting, there is a bigger picture that pride/ego rubs everybody of when we refuse to see the big picture.”
She added: “f Talent wants to leave or no longer serves purpose to a label, remove feelings and look at ways that they can go, become bigger and pay your debt. Nobody makes anyone, there was talent there, that’s why you chose to invest, let them go and focus on how they pay your investment.”
Read the rest of what she wrote below, starting from the bottom to the top.