Who is DJ Cuppy?
DJ Cuppy is a Nigerian disc jockey, record producer and music artist. DJ Cuppy’s real name is Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola and she is the daughter of Nigerian billionaire oil mogul, Femi Otedola.
DJ Cuppy was born on November 11, 1992, and she is currently 28 years old. She had her primary education in Lagos but later moved to London where she continued her education. After her high school education in the UK, DJ Cuppy proceeded to Kings College, London, where she studied Business and Economics.
DJ Cuppy finished her university education in 2014. She started djing while in school and would often be invited to perform at events happening around school. DJ Cuppy is among the list of Nigerian most popular DJs today. DJ Cuppy was featured on Forbes Magazine’s 30 under 30 list for 2020.
DJ Cuppy is very active on social media, particularly Instagram and Twitter. Her huge social media following has somewhat turned her into an internet celebrity. Earlier this year, DJ Cuppy revealed on Twitter that she has been “a vegan for one month.”
DJ Cuppy sometimes feels she is not getting enough recognition for her work in music in Nigeria.
She wrote on Twitter: “I got snubbed by the #HeadiesAwards ? …A WHOLE 12-track #OriginalCopy album. Chai!”
Full data profile of DJ Cuppy
|Full name||Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola|
|Birthday||November 11, 1992|
|State of Origin||Oyo State|
|Parents||Femi and Nana Otedola|
|Career||DJ, music artist, record producer|
DJ Cuppy net worth
The net worth of Nigerian DJ and music artiste is currently estimated to be N900 million naira.
Despite being the daughter of a well-known billionaire, DJ Cuppy is slowly carving out a niche for herself in the Nigerian entertainment scene. The major ways DJ Cuppy earns an income are through her music (streams and live performances) and her DJ work. The star has also signed some juicy endorsement deals with high-profile companies, most notably Pepsi.
DJ Cuppy launched an NGO called the Cuppy Foundation in 2018. A year later, the foundation organized a gala night where it raised over N5 billion for its Save the Children initiative. Africa’s richest man Alhaji Aliko Dangote personally donated N100 million to the cause.