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DJ Cuppy has a Gift for her Fans – A Weekly Radio Show

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DJ Cuppy has for a while been teasing us with some good news.

She signed a “life-changing” contract and a “dream job,” she’s been sharing on Twitter.

And on Thursday morning, she promised she’d reveal the great news if she got 1000 RTs.

Fans wanted to know, so of course she quickly racked up the RTs, and she’s shared the big news: she’s starting a weekly radio show on Apple Music called “Africa Now.”

That’s all the detail she’s revealed now, but we’re sure more will come soon, with the day and time the show will air.

We cannot wait!

6 Comments

  1. Mayor Joni Villanueva

    May 28, 2020 at 2:35 pm

    DJ Cuppy is really trying. Nothing like trying to become something despite the fact her father is billionaire. Trust me, a lot of people that their fathers aren’t even as rich as Otedola do drugs and other horrible ones.

    DJ Cuppy and her sisters had a good family training and proper orientation. Yes, they are enjoying their father’s wealth but indeed, they are hardworking people. Teni is into Fashion and Cuppy is into DJ and more. Those field are very competitive and needs good dedication to rise. I have dated a girl her father isn’t even that rich and all her siblings including her are somewhat useless and careless. They observe the sun a lot. They don’t like the sun and always pampering their skin even though their father is broke now and they no longer have money.

    I love DJ Cuppy 100% She is hardworking Individual.

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  2. Abiodun

    May 28, 2020 at 5:00 pm

    To cuppy this tune??

  3. ola

    May 30, 2020 at 2:27 pm

    thats a good one

  4. Ubong

    May 30, 2020 at 5:26 pm

    Cool

  5. Ybc Bam

    June 5, 2020 at 9:57 pm

    Dj Cuppy deserves all the accolades in this world, this shows that even though you come from a rich family, that doesn’t stop you from getting your own riches. I think we all agree with this.

  6. josh

    June 20, 2020 at 3:07 pm

    If there’s one thing missing from digital music services like Apple Music, it’s the ability to quickly learn more about a song or album without leaving the Music app. With physical media, these sorts of details were relatively easy to find via liner notes and cover booklets, but the information has never been integrated well into the Apple Music service.

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