Recall that, yesterday, Saturday 18th July talented singer MayD took to his Instagram page to announce his new record label.
Akinmayokun Awodumila popularly known as MayD parted ways with Psquare and Jude Okoye in 2012.
Prior to the announcement, the singer has been hanging out with the DMW boss for a while, the duo already has an unreleased song title "Problem".
Nigerians have taken to social media to congratulate the artist, very soon we will start seeing the artist on our screen again.
Also recall that after Cynthia Morgan messy online fight with Jude Okoye, Davido told the dancehall queen to call him but nothing much has been heard about the two of them.
However, our dear Nigerians have also taken to social media to drag life out of reggae dance hall singer, Cynthia Morgan, also known as Madrina.
Nigerians took to the microblogging platform, Twitter, and dragged Cynthia after Davido signed MayD.
See reactions below;
It does not matter who starts first, a good ending is what we pray for.
Congratulation to Mr. MayD and all the best to dancehall queen Cynthia Morgan.
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