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Cynthia Morgan replies Queen Ure after she takes her to court over alleged copyright infringement

Some of may have heard this story but just in case you haven’t, let me tell y’all what’s going on. Pastor turned singer Queen Ure Okezie (who came into prominence with her relationship with singer Soul E), took Northside First Lady, Cynthia Morgan to court in Dec. 2014 for allegedly infringing on her copyright with the song, ‘Popori’. Queen Ure claims ‘Popori’, which is the title of her album and a song, is her copyright. She claims she had the sound recording registered at the Nigerian Copyright Commission and a copyright certificate was issued to her in 2013. Fast forward to November 2014, and Cynthia Morgan released a song titled ‘Porpori’. Queen Ure went to court and managed to get a court order to stop Cynthia Morgan from using the word ‘Popori’ as a title to her single.

Cynthia just came for Queen Ure on her instagram page. See what she wrote after the cut…


Queen Ure’s court injunction below…

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