- DJ Cuppy has revealed her parents would kill her if she did the #Bussitchallenge
- The Tiktok trend which has since gone viral shows a before and after of mostly women twerking while all dressed up
- The billionaire daughter expressed her desire to try out the challenge in a recent Twitter post
Popular Nigerian singer, DJ Cuppy, is one celebrity who produces content a lot of Nigerians love. However, it appears #BussItChallenge is one trend she won't be joining anytime soon.
The billionaire daughter in a recent tweet expressed how tempted she is to join the trend. In a follow-up tweet, she revealed her parents won't take it likely.
"I am TEMPTED to try the #BussItChallenge BUT my parents will kill me."
The "Buss It" challenge requires participants to look busted while wearing no makeup and average home clothes during Nelly's line for the first video.
Then a follow-up clip shows them dropping it down low and twerking to Erica Banks' heavy trap chorus while dressed up with full-face makeup.
The trend which has since found itself to Nigerian online community has got many people jumping on the challenge with some getting creative and others, making hilarious versions.
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Recall newlywed BBNaija star, Khafi Kareem, made a Christian-like version of the challenge in which the second part of the video saw her wielding a Bible and urging people to read the holy book.
Meanwhile, DJ Cuppy recently took to social media with an exciting piece of news for her fans and followers.
The billionaire daughter snagged a new Forbes Magazine feature in which she was recognised for her efforts in moving the African continent forward.
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In the article titled “Meet Cuppy: DJ, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Striving to Help Drive Africa Forward”, the entertainer talked about setting up her music company, Red Velvet Music Group, and the goal of presenting African artists with fresh opportunities.
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