Tacha Reacts To Cynthia Morgan’s Situation, Offers Help

Tacha and Cynthia Morgan

Former BBNaija housemate, Tacha has reacted to the depression battle Nigerian reggae/ dancehall singer, Cynthia Morgan, after she appeared looking strange in her new Instagram live video.

Tacha who took to her Twitter handle @Symply_Tacha to express how heartbroken she is seeing how Cythian’s career has taken a downturn after years for rocking the nation with her talent.

In her tweet, she said “ Firstly let me start off by saying that I’m currently in a state of SULLEN. Few years ago CYNTHIA MORGAN was unstoppable her ART was UNIQUE.”

She went ahead flashing back to how she used to love her music. “ Personally I first fell in love with “ Don’t Break My Herat” back then in school, my 200lvl to be more precise.”

Nigerian Reggae/ Dancehall Singer, Cynthia Morgan'S Live Video
Nigerian Reggae/ Dancehall singer, Cynthia Morgan’s Live Video

Tacha also encouraged the reggae/ dancehall singer, promising to lend a hand of assistance to ensure she bounces back and regain her lost glory.

Cynthia Morgan has not been seen or heard in the music industry for a while now after storming the world country with her music and winning the artist of the year award at the Headies.

Her situation has gotten a lot of her fans worried about the way she looked sick and dark. She, however, stressed that she does not want to be under any label anymore but will consider a partnership.

The singer has been on sick bed for about six months and but light may be coming out at the end of the tunnel for her with help already showing up for her as an #tag #bringbackcynthiamorgan has been created for more pleasant surprises.

While we pray and hope for Cynthia Morgan’s recovery and bounce back, we can only remain optimistic about all the promises made to her at this critical moment to be fulfilled to make the process easy.

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