- DJ Cuppy has shared a piece of good news online with her fans and followers
- The billionaire daughter said she would be receiving a prestigious award from King's College in London
- The musician expressed excitement and gratitude at the honour
Billionaire daughter Florence Otedola popularly called DJ Cuppy is set to receive a prestigious award from King's College in London.
The Gelato crooner shared the good news on her social media page to the admiration of her fans and followers.
According to the post shared on the musician's Instagram page, she will be receiving King's Arts and Culture Award.
The billionaire daughter, who graduated from the Department of Business Management from the college in 2014, will be awarded for her 'outstanding achievements in the arts and culture sector.'
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In the caption that accompanied her post, the musician expressed excitement at being a recipient of the award.
Expressing gratitude to her former school, she noted that she is honoured and humbled to be considered for the award.
As expected, Nigerians, including her sister Temi, took to her comment section to congratulate her on the new feat.
Read some comments below:
"She stays WINNING. SO PROUD."
Nature seems to be paying DJ Cuppy for missing out on the Headies award as Legit.ng earlier reported that the billionaire daughter cried out about it.
The singer via her Twitter handle expressed her disappointment that her whole 12-track album was not seen as worthy of a nomination not to talk of winning the award.
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Her tweet was greeted with mixed reactions by Nigerians as some told her she deserved more than the Headies award.
"Baby, your value doesn't diminish based on the inability of those guys to see the worth of your work."
@poshberry01 encouraged her saying:
"We are heading for greatness sis! The Grammy!!"
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