- Jude Okoye in a recent interview alleged that May D begged to be signed to his record label in 2019
- Okoye, however, turned down his request as he was still healing from his brothers splitting
- May D who was supposed to come on Ubi Franklin's live video to share his side of the story, cancelled, claiming Franklin was on Jude's side
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Music boss, Ubi Franklin, recently went on a live Instagram session with Jude Okoye to discuss problems in the music industry, the Cynthia Morgan issue and that of May D.
The Northside Music boss revealed that just as Joy Tongo had stated, he was reluctant to sign Morgan as he wasn't running a record label but managing his brothers who were a music duo then.
He went on to allege that May D begged to be signed back to his label in 2019. Okoye claimed that himself and May D met at his apartment over drinks where the musician broached the subject of being signed on to his Northside Entertainment label.
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May D was said to have apologised for any wrongdoing in the past and rejecting his previous contract. He, however, turned him down as he was yet to heal from his brothers splitting.
Watch the full interview below:
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Ubi Franklin had invited May D to come on his show to speak his side of that conversation but the artiste declined the invitation stating that he knew Ubi was on Jude Okoye’s side.
May D who replied Ubi on Twitter shared a screenshot of the post on his Instagram page.
Meanwhile, Nigerian singer, J.Martins, has reacted to the ongoing controversy between fellow artiste, Cynthia Morgan and her former record label which was owned by Jude Okoye.
J.Martins preached for peace to reign among all the parties involved in the drama. The Good or Bad crooner also said that Jude had tried his best to help Morgan.
Still on the issue, Morgan has penned an open apology to top music executive, Okoye, and her former manager, Joy Tongo, after copies of her contract with Northside Music surfaced on social media.
She recently took to her page on Instagram to share a written apology which was addressed to those she has offended in the past few days.
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