Nigerian dancehall and hip hop singer Cynthia Morgan has received knocks on social media after a public statement to those accusing her of taking drugs.

This comes a few weeks after Cynthia Morgan made an incentive post concerning the Holy Bible, and many criticized her.

Many claimed that Cynthia Morgan’s post was made while she was under the influence of drugs, and she took to her Instagram story to react.

Cynthia Morgan admitted that she takes marijuana and cigarettes, and if anyone accuses her of taking more than those two things, affliction will never cease in their household.

Marijuana: Yes, Cigarettes: yes. But if you ever accused me farther than this two? May affliction never leave your household.

Reacting to the post, some social media users questioned whether marijuana is not the same as drugs and urged her to stop fighting herself.

dr.emeto wrote: My sister stop fighting yourself oo,you can be rich and not so famous, try dey rest you’ll be fine

a_cup_of_tes wrote: This babe is frustrated

vivian.8649 wrote: Is marijuana not drugs..biko aunty shift

honey_butter wrote: She has a lot of drama going on. I hope this is a phase she will pass through. Always cursing out.

Kemi Filani News recalls Cynthia Morgan recently declared his colleague Burna Boy as the best and biggest artist in Africa.

In a post on her Instagram page, Cynthia Morgan, who has been away from the music industry for a long time over issues with her former record label, revealed why she chose Burna Boy for his Simatinya music video.

According to Cynthia Morgan, Burna Boy was the biggest artist in Africa when she picked him for her music video, which almost caused her to lose her record deal with Jude Okoye’s label.

Cynthia Morgan said she stood on her ground that she only wanted Burna Boy and nobody else in her music video.

The dancehall singer warned she would not want to see her name in any sentence that has to do with Burna Boy’s slander, adding that he is the best and biggest artist in Africa till she pic the microphone again.