NIGERIAN superstar musician, DJ Cuppy will be the first African to host the Apple Music show called, ‘Africa Now Radio With Cuppy.’
The ‘Gelato’ singer took to her twitter handle to announce the news to her fans. She tweeted “I’m the first-ever African @AppleMusic @Beats1 radio host? Pinch me! This is for YOU, Africa! Promise to do my people PROUD! #AfricaNow”.
According to the streaming platform, the show will debut on Sunday and it will feature a mix of contemporary and traditional popular African sounds like Afrobeats, rap, house, kuduro, and more.
The show is expected to feature songs from African music greats like Wizkid, Davido, Tiwa Savage, Yemi Alade, Burna Boy, DJ Black Coffee, and others.
27-year old DJ Cuppy, whose real name is Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, is the daughter of a Nigerian billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola.
Last month, the singer made the Forbes tenth annual “30 Under 30” list of young Africans who are doing amazing things for themselves and their community.
27-year-old proud daughter of Femi Otedola, Nigerian business mogul, Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, who is professionally known as DJ Cuppy, has shocked Nigerians with her statement after taking sachet water.
The Disc Jockey celeb shared a video of her self which was shot during a visit to her family house in Epe.
She could be seen holding sachet water in her hand while she walks with some persons into their family house in the rural area.
“Pure water sweet o,” she said with a smile as she takes more sip.
Popular public personality, DJ Cuppy has explained why she doesn’t believe in Feminism anymore in a recent interview.
Florence Otedola, Nigerian Disc Jockey and daughter of billionaire, Femi Otedola has explained why she stopped being a feminist.
In a recent interview with City FM, Florence better known as DJ Cuppy said that the reason for her stance is because most of those who claim to be feminists are hypocrites.
“I don’t like people that are hypocrites, right? So people are out there speaking about women’s rights and then behind closed doors they are doing kind of like crazy things. I just feel like I will never come out as a feminist. I’m in a male-dominated industry and I have certain scenarios where I have to… I’m not saying I have to water myself down, but I deal with men on a day to day basis and I realize that, they’re always going to think they’re better than women.” she said.
The host replied at this point:
“And that’s the issue that feminism addresses,”
“Right. But I don’t think it’s gonna solve it. It’s almost like me, I used to have this issue with where people thought my dad made my career. But I’m like, you know what, I can’t kill myself over it. You cannot change the way people think, all you can change is what you do and how you act. I cannot change what you think about me. I can try and influence it but you’re entitle to your opinion. So if we go around as women, trying to change the way men think, we’re going to tire ourselves out. What we should focus on our own energy, focus on achieving our own goals and working on our own selves. I think it’s important to talk about these issues and bring them to the surface but we must also limit the amount of attention you give them because, lets be honest, the more energy you put into one thing, the less you can into another.”