Cynthia Morgan Gives ‘Prophecies’ About Wizkid, Funke Akindele, Others
Disputed problems involving the former singer have been in the press.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Former Nigerian singer Cynthia Morgan’s alter identity, Madrina, has penned a series of ominous “prophecies” concerning numerous persons, including Funke Akindele, Wizkid, and others.
The German juice singer shared her predictions for November in a picture on her Instagram story with the headline “November Prophecies.” In order to avoid bankruptcy, she counseled Funke Akindele to pray for her financial condition.
Cynthia Morgan also asked for prayers for Wizkid’s mental health as she urged Abdul-Azeez Olajide Adediran, commonly known as Jandor, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for governor of Lagos state, to pick a side before the election or quit.
She concluded by saying that Popcaan, a well-known Jamaican artist, should pray to escape an untimely death.
“Funke Akindele…. Should pray for her finances so she doesn’t go bankrupt. Wizkid…. God is saying we should pray for his mental health. Jandor… God is saying we should pick a side. Or it’s not too late for you to step down.
Popcaan the Jamaican artist should pray against sudden death. I do not give prophecies on social media but I don’t know these people personally and these messages has to get to them I have been holding back most of this informations since November 1st”., she wrote.
The singer’s “prophecies,” which are often in the headlines due to her controversy, have stirred discussions on social media, with many people criticizing her for seeing only the bad.
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