Cuppy And Zlatan Reconcile, As They Perform Together At His Show
Zlatan Ibile is surprised on stage by DJ Cuppy, putting an end to their feud.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Cuppy, a Nigerian disc jockey, and Zlatan, have reconciled their differences while performing together in London.
On her social media page, the billionaire heiress posted a video of herself surprising the music star on stage.
Later, the two took the stage to perform their hit single “Gelato.”
Cuppy dropped the bombshell about a possible rift between herself and the music star earlier this year.
Zlatan had blocked her on Instagram, WhatsApp, and Twitter for over ten months, she claimed.
Zlatan denied knowing who Cuppy was when asked about the rift.
“Is that an artist?” he said. When asked if he doesn’t know Cuppy, the rapper responded by saying ”I don’t know her.”
After hearing that Zlatan was owed money, Cuppy took to Twitter.
“For the record… There have been no breaches of my contractual agreement regarding the song #Gelato as confirmed by lawyers… However, as @IsrealDMW publicly inaccurately declared I owe an artist money, I am suing him for libel and defamation! See you in court Isreal.”
The billionaire heiress dropped all charges against Israel DMW after he made a public apology.
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