Celebrated songwriter and singer, Cynthia Ikponmwenosa Morgan, popularly known by her previous stage name Cynthia Morgan, now Madrina, has directed a message to female celebs who call themselves kings.
The Bubble Bup singer now an evangelist took to her Instagram story to tell women who use the title ‘king’ that there is no beauty in it. Justifying her statement, she added that there is power in being referred to as a Queen.
“I have never seen the beauty in females calling themselves Kings. If only you know how powerful it’s to be Queen,” she said.
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It’s worth noting that Tonto Dikeh, Kylie Jenner, and some other celebrities refer to themselves as King.
Nollywood star, Tonto Dikeh had once bragged about how she deserved to be called a king.
According to her, she was proud of herself following her honour award as the ‘Impact builder personality’, and she felt blessed that she did not get called a King in vain.
The mother of one disclosed that other kings agreed to make her their king, and she sees that as an honour, adding that she was grateful to them for finding her deserving.
Sharing a video of the award plague, the then 36-year-old wrote;
‘THEY DONT CALL ME KING IN VAIN… Even kings have agreed to make me their KING… Too blessed, Too favourite, Too loving… A well-deserved HONOR… Thank you thank you’
Cynthia Morgan opens up on how she became a Prophet
In other news, Madrina in 2022, disclosed how she became a prophet. This came after she released prophecies on Funke Akindele, Wizkid and others.
Cynthia Morgan revealed that she was born a prophet, as she was born into Jehovah’s Witness home.
She disclosed that she kept her gift to herself, and only her immediate family knew about it.
At 16, she went into music thinking the gift of prophecy was a fluke, thinking it would stop at age 25.
However, it didn’t go anywhere, as she struggled with God and pleaded with Him to allow her to win a Grammy before accepting her calling.
Unfortunately, that didn’t happen, hence the reason she retreated out of the spotlight.
“The answer is I was born a prophet, but was born into a Jehovah Witness home ad their believe is that Jesus was the last prophet so they don’t believe there will be prophets till the 2nd coming of Jesus Christ. This was also my believe at the tune, So I kept my gift to myself, only my immediate family knew about it.
At 16, I went into music thinking my gift of prophecy was a fluke thinking it will stop at 25 I realized it wasn’t going anywhere. I struggled with God, begging him I had to win a Grammy before I accept my calling proper. So far, I have realized I am wasting my time. This is one of the major reasons I withdrew from the public eye”.