Famous Nigerian celebrity Florence Otedola popularly known as DJ Cuppy has really taken a bold step with her looks to kick off the new year, 2022. She decided to start this year afresh in a grand new style and also to celebrate this new year, which was why she decided to give herself a new haircut.
In her Instagram page, the billionaire’s daughter, DJ cuppy told her fans that the year 2022 is for a fresh start as she posted a video of her cutting her hair on the 31st of December 2021.
In the video, Cuppy’s sweet mother, Nana Otedola was seen helping Cuppy to cut off her long hair. Firstly, with a pair of scissors and then with a clipper, which she also shared the process from cutting the hair to dying it.
After her hair has been reduced to a low cut, she went ahead to have it dyed in her favorite color which is pink. When she was done, she showed her fans the result on her Instagram page.
She wrote “sometimes all we need is a fresh start, bring on 2022!”
Due to her cutting her hair while she dyed it pink got a lot of her fans showing their mixed reaction on social media. Most of her followers fell in love with her hair.
Apart from her music career, she also has her Foundation called the Cuppy Foundation. She recently got enrolled into the University of Oxford studying a master’s degree in African studies. And she’s a British-Nigerian DJ.
DJ cuppy is the daughter of a Nigerian billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola who is a controlling shareholder in publicly traded Forte Oil and married to Nana Otedola.
Ifeoluwa Florence Otedola (born November 11, 1992) is a Nigerian producer and disc jockey and who goes by the moniker DJ Cuppy. Her father is Femi Otedola, a Nigerian businessman. She was born in Lagos and moved to London at the age of thirteen.
Cuppy was the house DJ at the MTV Africa Music Awards in Durban in 2014. She then performed at London’s Tatler and Christie’s Art Ball, as well as the Financial Times Luxury Summit in Mexico City.
House of Cuppy was her debut compilation mix, which she published in London and Lagos in July 2014 before launching in New York on September 2, 2014. She made EDM-style remixes of songs by top afropop performers under the House of Cuppy moniker.
Cuppy also founded Red Velvet Music Group which is a London-based content production and music management company, in the same year.
The “Cuppy Takes Africa” tour broadcast as an eight-episode documentary series on Fox Life Africa in October 2016. In 2016, Cuppy served as a resident DJ on Charlamagne Tha God’s MTV2 show Uncommon Sense.
Young Paris’ “Afrobeats” EP, “Vibe” and “The Way I Am,” was released on March 24, 2017, and she produced two tracks for it: “Vibe” and “The Way I Am.”
She teamed with Apple Music to broadcast their first radio show in Africa in February 2021.
Cuppy was cast as one of the cast members of the Channel 4 reality TV show High Life, which focuses on the careers of British West Africans, in September 2021.
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