- DJ Cuppy recently joined a protest march against racism, following the death of George Floyd
- The billionaire daughter who is currently in the UK, took to her Twitter account to share photos from the march
- In the photos, the music enthusiast posed with a placard that spoke about subjugation
Billionaire Femi Otedola's daughter, Florence Otedola, popularly known as DJ Cuppy, was among several people who protested following the killing of an African-American man, George Floyd in the US.
Cuppy who is currently in London, took to the streets to march against racism. In the photos shared to her Twitter account, the music enthusiast is seen holding up a placard that speaks against subjugation.
She captioned the photo with a Bible verse, Isaiah 1:17 which reads: “Learn to do right; seek justice. Defend the oppressed. Take up the cause of the fatherless; plead the case of the widow.”
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Popular Nigerian dancer and singer, Korra Obidi recently came under attack by some of her social media followers over her choice of outfit for the protest over the killing of Floyd in the US.
The death which has caused a nation-wide outrage in the country had several thousands of Americans protesting on the streets. The popular dancer who currently resides in the US was among those who marched.
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She took to her Instagram page to share a video of herself, marching passionately and chanting the 'black lives matter' slogan.
Sharing the video, she wrote: "No human being should be murdered in broad day light by another. #blacklivesmatter #justiceforgeorgefloyd #lariots #antiracism"
However, her choice of outfit which exposed a lot of skin didn't quite sit well with many people and they took to her comment section to criticize her for it.
Only a while back, some group of Nigerians took to the streets of Lagos to protest the killing of Floyd by a ‘white' cop, Derek Chauvin, in Minneapolis, United States of America.
Reacting to the killing of Floyd by Chauvin and the growing protests in the streets of various states of America, the Black Lives Matter Movement in Nigeria (BLMMN) defied the heavy downpour in Lagos in condemnation of racism against coloured people in the US.
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