Nigerian producer and disc jockey, Florence Otedola aka DJ Cuppy has received a country home in the UK from her billionaire father, Femi Otedola, as a birthday gift.
The Nigerian disc jockey celebrated her 30th birthday on Friday, November 11, 2022 without an extravagant party because it was part of her new year resolution.
Yes, Lord, you did it again you gave me another year. Happy 30th Birthday to me! 🎂🎈 #CuppyDay
Earlier on this year, I decided that I wouldn’t do some silly lavish cuppy party but instead enter my new age in prayer and surrounded by Dúdú and FünFün at home 💒🎀 pic.twitter.com/SZI9zVPTxQ
— Cuppy (@cuppymusic) November 11, 2022
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However, Cuppy’s father, Otedola decided to surprise her by buying a country home worth £5 million for her. Otedola, who on Friday, in a post shared on Twitter, bragged about his daughter’s achievement at age 30, wrote ”Happy 30th Birthday to my pink-haired angel, Papa is so proud of the woman you have become. You have achieved so much in these 30 years and May God Bless your next 30. Love You. F.Ote.”
Happy 30th Birthday to my pink-haired angel @cuppymusic 💕 Papa is so proud of the woman you have become. You have achieved so much in these 30 years and May God Bless your next 30. Love You …F.Ote💲 pic.twitter.com/nttA5IrAoz
— Femi Ote$ (@realFemiOtedola) November 11, 2022
Meanwhile, the DJ already took to her social media page to make this known with screenshots of a conversation between two of them where Mr Otedola informed her of the birthday gift. In the chat, Cuppy had queried her dad for forgetting her birthday, but he said he remembered. He also revealed that he had already contacted one Andy who works with a bank to buy a country home for her.
In addition, DJ Cuppy captioned the chat with,
The business magnate showered praises and prayers on his daughter as he said that she has consistently made him proud year after year. He stated that there is no gift more befitting for Cuppy than the £5,000,000 (Five Million Pounds) country home in the United Kingdom.