Nigerian dancehall singer, Cynthia Morgan aka Madrina claims that Afrobeats superstar, David Adeleke aka Davido, has a grudge against her.
She said they don’t see eye to eye, and it all started in 2011 after their first meeting where they had a disagreement.
Cynthia Morgan while speaking during an Instagram live session, declared that she is still a staunch fan of the Grammy nominated artiste,
According to the ‘Bubble Bup’ crooner she once called Davido’s phone to suggest doing a remix of his hit song ‘Dami Duro’ but he banged the call on her. She said her second contact with him was at a club with his relatives, where he disregarded her as a ‘party girl’.
The songstress said the last time they met was when her former manager, Jude Okoye, urged her to collaborate with the Omo Baba Olowo and Davido seemed excited at the idea.
After their conversation, the DMW boss invited Cynthia to his father’s birthday party, but she failed to show up, and she believes that may be the root cause of his lingering resentment towards her.
She said; “I and Davido’s issue started way back in 2011. The first time I saw Davido was in his song, Back When. I didn’t know who he was at that time, and the next time I heard of him was from my late friend, Mr Alao, who was a lecturer at Redeemers University at that time and he played Dami Duro for me.
“The song didn’t have a video at that time, but I loved it, the energy was awesome. He connected me with Davido so I could get the beat of the song and do a Refix but he ended the call on me. But because of how much I loved the song, I reached out to someone to help me get the beat and he helped me do that I did a song on it but never dropped it.
“My second encounter was in 2013, I was in the club with a close friend and Davido came in with B-red and Sina Rambo, and girls were frolicking around him. The person I was with, who was my P. A at that time told me to go say hello to him and when I agreed, and went to greet him, he shoved me off and mistook me for one of the ladies, who wanted to get with him. I didn’t still care and enjoyed his music.
“The third time I will have an encounter with him was when my former boss, Jude Okoye wanted me to put Davido on a Remix of Don’t Break My Heart and he gave me Davido’s number to call him. This was in 2014 and when I called, Lati, one of his aides picked up the call and said he wasn’t around.
Less than an hour, he called me back and Davido expressed excitement and told me he wanted me to put him on a song, ‘Taken’. After the business call, he invited me to his father’s birthday party but I didn’t show up because of the previous encounters we had. I feel like that’s the reason he started having attitudes towards me.”