DJ Cuppy Is Not Ready To Start A Family
She recently debunked pregnancy rumors.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
DJ Cuppy, a well-known figure in the Nigerian entertainment business, recently shared her opinions on parenthood.
Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, a prominent Nigerian DJ jockey, and producer, recently published a picture on her Instagram story in which she carried a newborn girl in her arms.
However, she clarified that although she loves children, she is not yet ready to become a mother.
“I love kids, but defooooo not ready for my own yet,” she wrote.
Cuppy recently posted a video of dancing with a big belly on her Instagram profile, raising speculation that she was expecting a child with her British fiancé and professional boxer, Ryan Taylor.
In response to the rumors, the millionaire heiress said she is not pregnant and has a “big tummy.”
DJ Cuppy is a well-known Nigerian DJ, producer, and philanthropist. She was born in Lagos, Nigeria, on November 11, 1992, and is the daughter of Nigerian businessman Femi Otedola.
Cuppy’s passion for music began at an early age, and she began playing the piano at six. She subsequently attended New York University and graduated with a degree in business and economics.
Cuppy developed her interest in DJing in New York and started polishing her abilities by playing at numerous events and clubs across the city.
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