Interesting conversation between DJ Cuppy and her father, Otedola, after he ‘forgot’ the name of the school where she’s doing her masters (screenshot)

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Nigerian disc jokey and billionaire heiress, Florence Otedola, better known as DJ Cuppy, has shared an interesting conversation that recently ensued between her and her dad, Otedola.

The billionaire father had sent a message to his daughter, who is currently running a masters programme in African Studies, asking which college she’s in Cambridge.

“Good morning ifemiii, pls which collage are you in Cambridge.” He asked.

Replying, DJ Cuppy reminded her father that she’s studying at Oxford University and not Cambridge.

“Morning Papa, first of all I’m in Oxford not Cambridge.” She responded.

Sharing a screenshot of the conversation on her Instagram story, Cuppy captioned it, “Fathers sha”.

See their exchange below,

In other news, Popular Nigerian singer, Florence Otedola better known as DJ Cuppy, has taken to social media to gush over her billionaire father, Femi Otedola.

The Disc Jockey who revealed her heart is filled with so much gratitude, noted that she considers herself honoured and blessed to have a father as hardworking as the business mogul.

In series of Twitter thread Cuppy also admitted that majority of the privileges she enjoys are results of her father’s blood, sweat, and tears over the years.

“I don’t talk about this much, but mornings like this; waking up at our penthouse in Monaco, my heart is filled with so much GRATITUDE. I am honoured and blessed to have a father as hardworking as mine…

Despite building my own “Cuppy” empire, the TRUTH is that many of the privileges I enjoy are purely due to
@realFemiOtedola’s blood, sweat, and tears over the years…

My only prayer is to one day be able to give my own children at least half the love and generosity I’ve received. Folded hands #FamilyFirst”. She wrote.

Credit: Yaba Left Online

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