Nigerian disc jokey and singer, Florence Otedola popularly known as DJ Cuppy, has spoken on the type of wedding she intends to have and surprisingly, she doesn't want anything big.
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how DJ Cuppy took to her Instagram page to reveal that her foundation, Cuppy Foundation, raised over five billion naira at a gala held on Sunday, November 10.
Well, while giving her thank you speech at the event, the 27-year-old shared some details about how she wants her wedding to be.
According to her, the wedding will be small and less stressful, compared to the first-ever Gold Gala for her Cuppy Foundation. She revealed this during her gratitude speech in which she thanked her billionaire father, Femi Otedola.
Part of her speech reads: "I stand before you in my capacity as an ambassador for Save the Children. But, most of all, a daughter; a sister; a friend and a performing artiste to most of you. While many know me as DJ Cuppy, the Gelato Fanatic, I stand before you today as a young philanthropist with a big vision for our country Nigeria.
I’d like to thank his excellency the vice president for joining us tonight. Your presence has already made this a very special night for me. I pray you’ll stay and enjoy some Gelato, sir. To Mr Otedola, the Gelato King himself, don’t worry. My wedding would be much smaller and less stressful.”
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Meanwhile, when it comes to choosing the right partner to settle down with, a lot of factors often come into play. While some requirements seem pretty reasonable in getting to know each other before marriage, others however are somewhat worrisome.
Twitter user, Kylarita, recently shared an experience with her ex-boyfriend who wanted to settle down with her. According to her post, he had given her strict terms and conditions she must meet for them to tie the knot.
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