OAP Gbemi blasts everyone supporting Cynthia Morgan

OAP Gbemi has come out to give her reaction to the ongoing saga between Cynthia Morgan and Jude Okoye.

In her statement on social media, the popular OAP wrote that people who can’t let go of N5k are asking record labels being owed millions to “just forgive and forget“.

Recall that Cynthia Morgan accused disclosed how she went into depression after things went south for her when she signed a contract with Jude Okoye’s Northside Entertainment, while Jude in a live Instagram session with Tunde Ednut revealed that he spent as much as N40million on Cynthia Morgan, which he never recouped.

In her reaction, Gbemi wrote every party going into an music contract should endeavor to involve their lawyers before they sign any papers.

She tweeted;

“Artiste o, Label o, Entrepreneur o, investor o- get good lawyers . Read your contracts well. And do your best to be fair .

Some of you here will not allow a 5,000 Naira debt go but you’re asking a record label that is being owed millions by an artiste to “just forgive and forget “ . Hilarious . Stop asking others to do what you cannot do .

Orishirishi stories . I always say I should write a book but I’m busy abeg + you people like to download books and not buy .

A lot of people think it’s just for an artiste to record a hot song (as if that it easy ) and the artiste just blows. There’s so much more that happens @bizzleosikoya do you want to do a thread or IG live to discuss this ? And the approximate cost to break an artiste in?

It’s also because people still don’t understand that this is business . People are feeding their families from this

I don’t care how talented your artiste is . Money must be spent . Recording sessions , mixing /mastering , their look, publicity , perception , their videos . Etc . There’s so much money being spent . And we don’t even do it properly in Naija. More is spent abroad.”


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