- Nigerians have expressed love to billionaire Femi Otedola's only son Fewa on social media
- This was after Fewa's sister DJ Cuppy gave him a shoutout on her Twitter page
- DJ Cuppy said that there is no shame in being autistic
Billionaire Femi Otedola's only son, Fewa, is currently the subject of conversation on Twitter, and Nigerians only have good things to say about him.
Fewa recently celebrated his 20th birthday on Tuesday, June 2nd, 2020, and his father and elder sister, DJ Cuppy celebrated him on their social media pages.
In his birthday celebration of his son, Femi Otedola expressed love to him while congratulating him on the new age.
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For DJ Cuppy, she confirmed that her brother has autism and also noted that it is absolutely nothing to be ashamed of.
According to AutismSpeaks, autism refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech, and nonverbal communication.
The Gelato crooner went on to describe him as a God-given gift to her while expressing love to him.
The entertainer's message to her brother was retweeted over 5,000 times and liked over 49,000 times. DJ Cuppy's birthday message has now become a trending matter on the popular micro-blogging platform.
Many praised her for the simple way she celebrated her brother. According to these people, the way she celebrated her autistic brother was beautiful.
They noted that talking about his condition would encourage other families whose children may have the condition but are hiding them because of what the society will say.
Nigerians expressed love to Fewa as they celebrated his new age.
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Some Nigerians also used the opportunity to destigmatise the condition.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Tolani Otedola expressed heartbreak after a blog described her brother Fewa as mentally unstable.
She refuted claims that her younger brother is not okay. According to her, the lastborn of the house has a condition called autism. Noting her heartbreak at the language used on her brother, the Ba Mi Lo crooner stated that many people are affected by the condition.