Cynthia Ikponmwenosa Morgan, Nigerian rapper and dance hall artiste better known as Cynthia Morgan, has now joined the list of Nigerian celebrities who have failed questions on live TV.
The 24-year-old Northside music artiste was a guest on the first edition of the Bigger Friday Friday Show on MTV Base.
When asked for the product of the mathematical equation ‘2x2x2/2-2’, the German Juicecrooner responded that ‘2×2’ is four and ‘4×2’ is ‘6’.
The first celebrity to have committed a blunder on a live show was Kiss Daniel, Nigerian hip hop artiste who was born Anidugbe Tobiloba Daniel, known for his hit track, Woju.
Kiss Daniel was a guest on Rubbin’ Minds, a programme hosted by Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, and he was asked for his age.
In response to the question, Kiss Daniel said: “About the age stuff, my team is putting out a press release on that.
“I would love not to say anything because it’s more than how old I am now.”
Next in line was Seyi Shay, Nigerian singer who was born Deborah Oluwaseyi Joshua, who committed a blunder on Hip Tv’s Trending, a show hosted by Nancy Isime.
When asked for the full meaning of EP, the 30-year-old songwriter responded that it meant ‘Electric Package, when the acronym really meant ‘Extended Playlist’.
In an Instagram post, the Irawo crooner later responded that her error did not mean anything.
“Who EP don epp?? While some are busy trying to figure out what EP really means and making me trend for so long, we are covering papers and making headlines and making MONEEEEYYYY so we can continue this wonderful tour of Africa. We thank God.”
The new season of the Bigger Friday Show premiered on Friday with Femi Falana, Nigerian rapper popularly known as Falz, and Samantha Walsh as hosts.