- DJ Cuppy is set to drop her new album in just a few days
-The entertainer has been super hyped about the project and she has been dropping snippets for fans on social media
- However, she recently posted a controversial line from one of the songs on the album that has gotten fans talking
Billionaire daughter DJ Cuppy Otedola is set to release her album in a matter of days and the project has been the only thing the entertainer has been talking about on her social media platforms.
Just recently, an excited Cuppy took to her page on Twitter to drop a controversial line from one of the songs that made it into the Original Copy album.
The entertainer who has been known to flaunt her relationship with billionaire father, Femi Otedola, on social media said she told him he isn’t needed anymore.
"I told my daddy I don’t need him no more," Cuppy tweeted on her page. She accompanied the post with a music symbol indicating that it is a line from a song.
Check out the tweet shared by the entertainer below:
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Even though the tweet was clearly a lyric from her song, fans could not stop talking in the comment section.
One follower had teasingly asked the DJ if she can say the words to her father directly.
See his tweet below:
Some other fans who reacted to the post urged the celebrity DJ to have her billionaire dad adopt them if she is no longer interested in being his child.
Read more tweets below:
Still in a related story, Legit.ng reported that DJ Cuppy talked about her upcoming project set to drop on August 21 in a video shared on her Instagram page.
The celebrity DJ said she put in a lot of work into making the project come to life and it is time for people to give her due respect as a creative individual, and a self-made woman.
"I worked my a*s off for the Original Copy. And I think it's time for people to give me a real chance as a creative, as an artist, as a self-made woman. I think it's time and I'm ready,” Cuppy said.
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