- Daughter of Nigerian billionaire Femi Otedola, DJ Cuppy, entered the rain during self-isolation
- The music star had been unable to go on the streets to join her friends and colleagues because she was made to self-isolate for a week after her trip from Dubai
- Cuppy shared a video of herself holding a placard in the rain on a solo protest in her home
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Popular Nigerian music star, Florence Otedola aka DJ Cuppy, has finally been able to physically join her colleagues after facing many obstacles.
The young lady took to her social media page to share a video of her standing in the rain and holding a placard preaching against police brutality and SARS.
In the caption of the post, the billionaire daughter explained that the rain and self-isolation could not stop her from joining the fight.
In her words:
“Rain and self-isolation won’t stop me! ✊ #EndSars”
See her post below:
This is coming after Legit.ng reported that people on social media slammed DJ Cuppy for saying that she was doing things for the campaign behind closed doors.
A young woman called Chidinma took to her Twitter page to call out DJ Cuppy for not contributing anything to the current situation between Nigerian youths and the government.
According to her, Cuppy has not helped with her money, her status and would also not let Nigerians be.
Responding to her claims, DJ Cuppy quoted Chidinma's tweet by asking her how sure she was that she had not helped behind closed doors.
One of the women known as FK Abudu who has been in charge of getting arrested protesters out of police cell and disbursing funds contributed towards the protest also responded to Chidinma.
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According to her, DJ Cuppy sent in some money as a way of contributing towards the campaign.
In other news, Legit.ng reported that DJ Cuppy opened up on why she was yet to join the End SARS protests even though she quickly flew into the country because of it.
The entertainer in a post shared on her verified Twitter page disclosed that she has been mandated to self-isolate for seven days or face prosecution in accordance with the COVID-19 laws.
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