Queen Ure won Cynthia Morgan in the copyright infringement case


Well, let’s remind you.Queen Ure dragged Cynthia to court in 2014, and a Federal High Court sitting in Lagos on December 29, 2014 in suit number FHC/L/CS/1987/14 granted her an injunction restraining Cynthia Morgan,an artiste under the label ofP-Square‘s elder brother and manager,Jude Okoye–led Northside Entertainment Ltd and all other agents, promoters, DJs, radio stations, TV stations, bloggers and every other person from publishing and distributing to the public the music track/single/album titled ‘Popori’ by Cynthia Morgan which is viewed as an infringement on Queen Ure’s copyright case Well, since then and the social media rants that ensued, not much has been heard about the case or the song.Now, Queen Ure in a recent interview with Punch confirmed she won the case when the judgement was delivered in July 2015.In her words,‘I made up the word and I had not heard it before. The judgement of the case was delivered on July 1, 2015and it was in my favour and that is how far we have gone.She further explained that she had nothing personal against Cynthia Morgan,‘I never had any problems with Cynthia Morgan. We can settle an issue legally but that does not mean that it is personal. I have never had any personal issues with her. I don’t do collaborations with other artistes but if there is any reason for that, why not? She is not an enemy, I don’t have any enemy. The reason we went to court was because Cynthia Morgan released the song ‘Popori.’ That was what led to the court case,’she said.

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