Queen Ure Hits Back At Cynthia Morgan

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After Cynthia Morgan got on Instagram to threaten Queen Ure for suing her over the song ‘Popori‘ and winning, Queen Ure has responded to the reggae diva.

Queen Ure gave a response to Cynthia’s post while speaking to Saturday Beats on the phone, and by her explanations, she said she wouldn’t ‘stoop so low’ going to social media to exchange words with anybody. She further said:

“The court has said that her song should not be played and that is it. The title of her song is the same pronunciation as mine even if it is not spelt the same way. The court is aware of all of these and the difference in spellings even before it gave the injunction.”

About Cynthia’s claim that her song is still been aired and highly popular on radio stations , Ure said:

“The order is yet to circulate to all radio stations and it will be done soon. The injunction is there and anybody who doesn’t want to comply with the injunction knows the consequences. The Federal High Court gave the injunction and it has to be complied with. Nobody is above the law. There is nothing personal here. I am not at war with anybody. I am not fighting with anybody. Come on, I don’t intend to go on social media to reply anybody. Such things don’t mean anything to me. This is a legal matter, I don’t engage in such nonsense. A queen doesn’t behave that way, I am a queen and I can never do that”


Queen Ure sued Northside Entertainment’s Cynthia Morgan for infringing on her copyright with the song, Popori and the court ruled in favour of Queen Ure. Cynthia had released her song sometime in November which she titled Porpori, pronounced same way but spelled slightly different.

Cynthia took the matter really personal and went to Instagram to vent, saying:

“I never knew this lady existed, obviously, she is not in my generation. My mum doesn’t even know you because you weren’t relevant in your time not to talk of now… You are a failed artiste. You are lying around that my Porpori has been banned, how? I didn’t steal your song, my dog sings better than you. Where is your case and sense? I know your story and it is super, don’t let me start,”



King is a writer and guitarist. He is an opinionated, multi talented individual with love for music and everything it concerns

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