- Twitter is currently buzzing with reactions after a popular Twitter user, Mazi, tackled DJ Cuppy
- DJ Cuppy had earlier explained why she doesn't do giveaways and he came for her, stating why she needed to do giveaways
- According to him, she needed to see giveaways as a compensation for the emotional trauma she causes people with her music
It is no news that billionaire daughter, Florence Otedola, popularly known as DJ Cuppy, is one Nigerian celebrity who receives a lot of criticisms for her music. Regardless of this, the music enthusiast has no plans of giving up.
She recently took to her Twitter account to explain why she does not do giveaways. According to the Gelato crooner, she always felt like giveaways were essentially paying people to be her fans.
Jumping on the tweet was a particular Twitter philanthropist, Mazi, who is fond of doing lots of giveaways. Mazi urged DJ Cuppy not to see giveaway as buying fans but as a compensation for the trauma her music causes people.
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See the exchange below:
The tweet which has since gone viral, caused mixed reactions. While a lot of people seemed to agree with his opinion on the matter, many others expressed outrage and disgust over the cyber bullying DJ Cuppy constantly receives on social media.
See reactions below:
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Still on Cuppy music, the recently held Felabration, a music festival in memory of the late Afrobeat creator Fela Anikulapo Kuti, had several musicians and lovers of art pay tribute to the legendary singer and for some, it was nothing short of a dream come true
One of such people is popular billionaire daughter and music jockey, DJ Cuppy who performed at the music fest.
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