Famous Nigerian musician, Cynthia Morgan, has bemoaned a lack of genuine love in the entertainment industry.
The artiste also known as Madrina said there is fake love and friendship amongst entertainers, especially in the Nigerian music scene.
Cynthia made the revelation in a post on her Instagram story, as she recalled her crisis, and noted that only two individuals, Kaha and Samklef supported her, while others, particularly those she had collaborated with, distanced themselves.
The ‘Don’t Break My Heart’ crooner emphasised how people tend to remember “you only when you’re trending or when they need assistance with a beat.”
She acknowledged finding amusement in declining collaboration requests from such individuals, adding that their change in tone brings a smile to her face.
Cynthia said: “There is barely friendship in the NMI [Nigerian Music Industry]. These people will likely only remember you when you are trending, it when they hear a beat they feel only you can kill. Not intentional but it always feels good these days when they call me and I tell them am not making music at the moment, their voice always changes.
“During my crisis, Kaha sent me 100k, Samklef 50k. What happened to the tons of artistes I did free collaborations and shows for? Lol.”