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“Say No to cult killings” – Cynthia Morgan admonishes Nigerians

Nigerian dance hall singer Cynthia Morgan, otherwise known as Madrina, has sent a message to Nigerians, kicking against cultism and cult killings.

Taking to her Instagram story, the singer stated that she doesn’t know how realistic it is to say NO to cultism; however, we should say NO to cult killings.

“Not sure how realistic it is to say no to cultism, but we can say no to cult killings. God bless Nigeria”.

Cynthia Morgan speaks against cult killings

Last year, while reacting to the death of Mohbad, actor Nosa Rex stated that nothing will change in the entertainment industry until cultism is removed. Admonishing the public to stay away from cultism, he noted how entertainment requires one’s talent and not colour.

Rapper Phyno, in an interview, opened up on his struggling days in the industry and how he was advised to join a cult to boost his career and make him famous, but he rejected it. Admonishing upcoming artists, he made them know that believing in himself and the power of hard work was what paid off for him.

In other news, Last month, Cynthia Morgan was arrested for cyberstalking the crown Prince of Benin, Prince Ezelekhae Ewuare. She was alleged to have been stalking the Prince and was acting mentally unstable.

Recall that in November, Morgan had publicly accused the Crown Prince of bewitching her and alleged physical assault, aiming to prevent her from marrying someone else…

The Crown Prince responded to these allegations, announcing his intention to file a lawsuit against Morgan, and Cynthia reacted, reaffirming her stance as she shared images of her and the Prince from 2018.

However, she made a U-turn in a podcast, clarifying that she was never intimate with the Prince and emphasised the lack of close personal knowledge, such as his residence. Her revelation left many confused.

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