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Oyemykke tells DJ Cuppy to quit singing and focus on producing, TV host Hero Daniels replies

Oyemykke tells DJ Cuppy to quit singing and focus on producing, TV host Hero Daniels replies

- Popular disc jockey and musician DJ Cuppy released a couple of new songs in recent times

- Many Nigerians including an Instagram celebrity has taken to telling her to stop singing

- TV Host Hero Daniels has reacted by telling him and many others to free Cuppy

Florence Otedola popularly known as DJ Cuppy is one consistent Nigerian musician who has making big strides in the music industry in recent times. Although she is known as a disc jockey, the lady has decided to be a full fledged musician.

Due to this, she has gone on to released some songs which have, in a way, gained credence with most of her fans. But not everyone approves of the moves she is making in the music industry. The DJ who just released a new song titled Charged Up was largely criticised by many on social media platforms like Twitter.

A controversial Nigerian who is known to post short skits on Instagram took to making a video in which he blatantly told Cuppy to stop singing and focus on her career as a disc jockey. He introduced his conversation with this caption: "I Love Dj Cuppy Too Much To Not Say This Truth. I Tried Not Make This Video But Here We Go. To All Our Shared Friends. It’s All Love At The End Of The Day. Good afternoon."

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Abisoye Olukoya Michael, popularly known as Oyemykke was firm in his opinion that DJ Cuppy should quit singing. For him, music was not her forte. Although he said he did not intend it as a pun, he still went on to say that her songs were making ears deaf.

Even more, Onyemykke suggested that DJ Cuppy should embrace the kind of woman she can become. According to him, he felt she could do more than sing by producing people's songs, buying radio stations and supporting upcoming artistes so that they can become billionaires.

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However way Onyemykke meant his words, not many approved of his public trolling of the musician who has been trying very hard to put herself on the charts and make good music. See some of the reactions below:

lifeoftopdog: "@oyemykke I think you're doing all these cos of fame.... Bro, aren't you famous enough?"

iamcaptmorganreal: "Guy Go & Seat Down !!! You have no idea what it means to Make a rec !! Or even make a beat ..You don’t say this in public to people you claim to Love.."

This is actually not the first person who would be making such an articulated comment about DJ Cuppy's song. TV host Hero Daniels also gave his own thoughts on Twitter. The media personality talked about what he thought was wrong with her songs.

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According to him, she was doing a lot of experiments with both her beats and lyrics which are not going down well with most Nigerians. Hero advised her to stick to what the public like before going ahead to introduce new things.

See his posts here:

Despite this opinion about her two latest songs, Hero was not pleased with what Onyemykke said. Hence, he confronted him in a video in which he told the IG personality and people in general to free Cuppy and let her do her thing.

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