DJ Cuppy Signs Major Deal With Manchester united

Few months after declaring her support for Manchester United, DJ Cuppy has signed a major deal with the football giants.
Prior to her declaration, she had been an avid supporter of the Gunners (Arsenal FC).


Cuppy was featured as part of the club’s official jersey campaign as they present the new 2020/21 season third kit.
The Advertisement featured Cuppy with South London rapper Sam Wise and Harry Pinero.


Taking to her Instagram page, she wrote “As @ManchesterUnited fan, I’m so PROUD to be a part of their official jersey campaign! ⚽️ READY FOR THE NOISE! #GGMU 🔊🔴 #ReadyForSport #CreatedWithAdidas”




Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola was born November 11th, 1992 and is professionally known as Cuppy. She is a Nigerian disc jockey and producer. She is the daughter of Nigerian businessman and one of the richest men in Nigeria, Femi Otedola. She grew up in Lagos and moved to London at the age of 13.

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In 2014 Cuppy was the resident DJ at the MTV Africa Music Awards in Durban.In July 2014, she released House of Cuppy as her first compilation mix in London and Lagos, before launching it in New York on September 2, 2014. With House of Cuppy, she produced EDM-esque remixes of songs by leading afropop artists. That same year, Cuppy also launched the London-based music management and content production business, Red Velvet Music Group.


In January 2015, Cuppy was featured on the cover of the Guardian Life magazine. The cover celebrated a new generation of African women. She was featured in the 2015 April/May issue of Forbes Woman Africa. In June 2015, Cuppy released House of Cuppy II.
In August 2015, Cuppy set off on her first DJ tour to 8 cities in Africa, titled “Cuppy Takes Africa”. She visited Nigeria, Senegal, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda and South Africa. The “Cuppy Takes Africa” tour included performances, major artist collaborations, and charitable engagements supported by GTB Bank and the Dangote Foundation. Later that year, she interned at Jay-Z’s Roc Nation.

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In 2016, Cuppy was the resident DJ for MTV2’s Uncommon Sense with Charlamagne Tha God.
On October 13, 2017, she released “Green Light”, her first official single. The song features guest vocals from Nigerian singer and producer Tekno. On March 30, 2018, she released “Vybe”, her second official single, the song featured guest vocals from Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie.


On March 20, 2018, Cuppy was announced as an Official DJ Ambassador for Pepsi. She appeared in Pepsi’s “#NaijaAllTheWay” all star commercial ahead of the 2018 World Cup.On August 16, 2019, she released Gelato, here sixth single featuring Zlatan following a viral video of herself and her billionaire dad on a one hour trip to Italy to satisfy their gelato craving. In 2020, Cuppy was inducted into the Forbes Magazine’s 30 under 30 class
On July 16, 2020, She released Jollof On The Jet, her seventh single featuring Rema & Rayvanny. On August 24 2020, She unveiled her debut album Original Copy which has shocked the industry with positive reviews and is a contender for the album of the year.

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Following the her latest achievement, the DJ also posted on her twitter page with similar caption as her post on Instagram

Some reactions from fans followed the announcement on twitter.

https://twitter.com/_Sufy2/status/1303276926329663488?s=19

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