Nigeria entertainment industry will not cease to amaze us with different issues.
Nigerians woke to a surprising news when they heard that Davido just signed another singer, May D to his music label, DMW.
This came as a surprise because people were expecting the new act to be Cynthia Morgan.
Cynthia Morgan was in the news some time ago when she came out and raised some allegations against her former music godfather, Jude Okoye.
It was a messy period for her as Jude Okoye also produced the proof of their contract to show that most of her allegations were false.
During this saga, Davido reached out to Cynthia Morgan to call him so that he can help her, apparently, Cynthia didn't do that because we are yet to hear that she was signed up by Davido.
Some Nigerians took to Twitter to tweet on what they thought could have been the reason Davido signed MayD instead of Cynthia Morgan.
These reactions are really epic!!
Why do you think Davido didn't eventually sign up Cynthia Morgan?
Or are Nigerians over reacting?
Please share your thoughts in the comment section.
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