DJ Cuppy Opens Up On Love Life, Marriage

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By Oyinlola Awonuga (The New Diplomat’s Entertainment, Fashion and Sports Desk)

Florence Otedola, a Nigerian disc jockey (DJ) better known as Cuppy, has opened up on her love life, saying this year would be when she would find her man.

The 27-year-old entertainer, who doubles as a daughter to Femi Otedola, a billionaire businessman, had earlier crossed path with Anthony Joshua, a British-Nigerian boxing heavyweight champion, in series of hangouts that fueled speculations they were dating.

Her father had, in a similar situation, referred to Samuel Perry, a comic-actor better known as Broda Shaggi, as his son-in-law after their union for a skit.

Cuppy, however, took to her Twitter account on Sunday evening to re-awaken questions on her relationship status after she in-explicitly wrote: “2020 will be the year I find the love of my life.”

Her assertion comes months after she had, in a similar tweet, questioned why she was still single while admitting men were scarce.

“Me trying to figure out how it’s 2020 and I’m STILL single,” she had written.

Last year during her charity event, Cuppy had hinted that her wedding would be small and without stress while addressing her father amid prominent politicians and foreign nationals.

DJ Cuppy started performing in 2013 when she was 18, which was the start of her fruitful career. She was a DJ at MTV Africa Music Awards in 2014, which was held in Durban. She currently has a net worth estimated at $2.8 million.

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