DJ Cuppy Talks About Expecting A Baby Quickly


DJ Cuppy, a popular musician and Disc Jockey from Nigeria, has stated that she is not ready to have a child of her own.

Ryan Taylor, a British professional boxer, and DJ Cuppy are in love. She recently moved to Dubai with her fiancé Taylor after leaving her native Nigeria.

On social media, DJ Cuppy posted a picture of herself holding a newborn girl, but she added that she is not yet ready to deliver her child.

The performer emphasized that despite her deep love for children, she is not yet ready to become a mother.

She remarked, "I love kids, but I'm definitely not ready for my own yet."

Earlier, there were rumors that DJ Cuppy was carrying Taylor's child. She posted a video of herself dancing with a big tummy on her Instagram page, which sparked the rumors.

Cuppy responded to the rumors in the comments by saying, "No, I just have a BELLLLLLLLY."

DJ Cuppy advises, "Don't Let Anyone Lie To You, Having Money Helps."

DJ Cuppy earlier urged followers in a different post to be fooled by those who minimize the worth of money.

the billionaire's daughter announced this in a tweet on her Twitter profile while enjoying a recent vacation.

The singer of "Jalato" argued that getting enough rest is crucial and that being surrounded by inspiration is incomparable.

DJ Cuppy stated that having money is very important and that people shouldn't fall for deception.

"Travel reminds me how important self-love is," she added. Resting is absolutely necessary, and being surrounded by inspiration is unlike anything else.

"In essence, having money IS USEFUL. sure enough. NEVER allow anyone to mislead you.

DJ Cuppy, whose real name is Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, is a Nigerian disc jockey, music producer, and philanthropist. She was born on November 11, 1992, in Lagos State, Nigeria, to the famous Nigerian billionaire businessman Femi Otedola.

Cuppy started her music career as a DJ in 2014, and since then, she has risen to become one of the most prominent DJs in Nigeria and Africa. She has performed at various high-profile events, including the Financial Times Luxury Summit in Mexico, the Global Citizen Festival in Hamburg, and the Oil Barons Charity in Dubai.

Aside from her music career, DJ Cuppy is also known for her philanthropic work. She is the founder of the Cuppy Foundation, a non-profit organization that focuses on education for underprivileged children in Nigeria and other parts of Africa. She has also been actively involved in several charity projects across the continent.

In addition, DJ Cuppy is an ambassador for various brands, including Pepsi, Samsung, and Tiger Beer. She is also a graduate of Business and Economics from King's College, London.

DJ Cuppy is known for her unique style, which fuses African and Western music genres. She has released several hit songs, including "Gelato" featuring Zlatan, "Abena" featuring Kwesi Arthur, Shaydee, and Ceeza Milli, and "Green Light" featuring Tekno.

DJ Cuppy is a trailblazer for female DJs in Nigeria and has inspired many young women to pursue careers in the male-dominated field of music production and DJing.

Disc jockey and producer Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, also known as DJ Cuppy or just Cuppy, was born in Nigeria on November 11, 1992. She is the offspring of Femi Otedola, a businessman from Nigeria.She was raised in Lagos before relocating to London at age 13.

childhood and education

Prior to coming to Ikeja, Cuppy spent six years living in Ilupeju. There, she attended Grange School, Ikeja. For her GCSEs and A-Levels, she then moved to London.She earned a degree in business and economics from King's College London in July 2014. In 2015, she also graduated with a master's in music business from New York University. Cuppy matriculated in 2021 at the University of Oxford to pursue a master's degree in African studies. and

Career At the 2014 MTV Africa Music Awards in Durban, Cuppy served as the head DJ The Tatler and Christie's Art Ball in London[10] and the Financial Times Business of Luxury Summit in Mexico City were the next venues where she performed.

She debuted House of Cuppy, her first compilation mix, in London and Lagos in July 2014 before releasing it in New York on September 2 of the same year. She created EDM-inspired remixes of songs by prominent afropop musicians under the name House of Cuppy.

Red Velvet Music Group, a music management and content production company based in London, was also established by Cuppy in the same year.

Cuppy was seen on the cover of the Guardian Life magazine in January 2015. A new generation of African women were honored on the cover. March of 2015 . Cuppy was the first African act to perform at the 2015 Oil Barons Charity in Dubai after being selected the official DJ for the event. She was highlighted in Forbes Woman Africa's April/May 2015 issue.

Cuppy published House of Cuppy II in June 2015.

"Cuppy Takes Africa" was the name of Cuppy's first DJ tour, which she embarked on in August 2015 and visited 8 African nations. She traveled to South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ghana, Senegal, and Nigeria. The Dangote Foundation and GTB Bank sponsored the "Cuppy Takes Africa" tour, which featured performances and significant artist collaborations. She worked as an intern at Roc Nation later that year.

Fox Life Africa broadcast the "Cuppy Takes Africa" tour in October 2016.

as a documentary series of eight episodes. Cuppy served as the host DJ for Charlamagne's Uncommon Sense on MTV2 in 2016. God is.

The "Vibe" and "The way I am" songs she produced were included on Young Paris' "Afrobeats" EP, which was published on March 24, 2017.

She made "Green Light" her first official single on October 13th, 2017. Tekno, a singer and producer from Nigeria, contributes vocals as a guest to the song.

She made "Vybe" the second of her two official singles on March 30, 2018. Rapper Sarkodie from Ghana contributes vocals as a guest to the song.

She released Currency, her third official single with L.A.X, on August 24, 2018.

She released Werk, her fourth song with Skuki, on October 5, 2018.

She worked with Kwesi Arthur for her on April 19, 2019 

Fifth individual Abena 

She released Gelato, her sixth song, which features Zlatan, on August 16, 2019.

Cuppy was admitted to the Forbes Magazine's class of 30 under 30 in 2020.

She started 'Africa Now Radio' on Apple Music Beats 1 on May 28, 2020

Her seventh song, Jollof On The Jet, which features Rema & Rayvanny, was released on July 16, 2020.

She released her debut album, Original Copy, on August 24, 2020.

She teamed up with Apple Music in February 2021 to debut their first radio program in Africa.

Cuppy was revealed in September 2021 as one of the cast members for the Channel 4 reality TV program High Life, which focuses on the professional lives of British West Africans.

Cuppy will run from January through August 2022.

hosted the Sunday edition of BBC Radio 1Xtra's breakfast show, with Swarzy, formerly of Kiss Radio, hosting the Saturday broadcast. Both of them took Remi Burgz's places, who was later succeeded by Yasmin Evans on the 1Xtra midday show.

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