DJ Cuppy Bags A Third Degree From The University Of Oxford
She already holds two master’s degrees, one in African studies from Oxford University and one in the music business from New York University. This would be her third master’s degree overall.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
DJ Cuppy, a well-known Nigerian producer and disc jockey, has revealed that she has successfully finished a second Master’s degree program at the University of Oxford in England.
Femi Otedola, the daughter of a multibillionaire business magnate, became a social media trending topic yesterday, March 15, when she unveiled a new appearance with a black hairstyle.
The “Gelato” singer announced her most recent achievement on Instagram today, March 16, however, she did not specify what she received her master’s degree in. She also stated that this was her third degree.
“I’m a Third Degree Heater. Oxford University MSc done!!!,” She wrote while posting images from her special day.
In addition to her most recent diploma, the pink-obsessed DJ also holds a business and economics degree from King’s College, London, a master’s in music management from New York University, and a master’s in African studies from 2022.
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