According to a billionaire heiress Florence Otedola, widely recognized as DJ Cuppy, life is a lot easier with money. Recently, the singer also responded to a Twitter fan who questioned her partner’s loyalty, Ryan Taylor.
Cuppy, whose father is Femi Otedola, a prominent businessman in Nigeria, stated this opinion after thinking back on her most recent vacation. The renowned DJ and music producer cautioned her followers against falling for individuals who downplay the value of money in life. Cuppy emphasized that having financial means helps accomplish these goals and that traveling acts as a reminder of the need for self-care.
She wrote on Twitter,
“Travel reminds me how important self-love is. Taking time for rest is essential, and there’s nothing like the feeling of being surrounded by inspiration. In short, having money helps. For SURE. Don’t let anyone lie to you,”
Travel reminds me how important self-love is. Taking time for rest is ESSENTIAL, and there’s NOTHING like the feeling of being surrounded by INSPIRATION 💭
In short… having money HELPS 💰
For SURE. Don’t let ANYONE lie to you.
— Cuppy (@cuppymusic) May 5, 2023
Recently, the singer also addressed a Twitter user’s doubts about her partner, Ryan Taylor. The tweep, who went by the name Ruth, expressed her viewpoint on the social media platform by saying that she did not trust Ryan without going into detail. Cuppy, undisturbed by the post, gently corrected Ruth by clarifying that Ryan Taylor is her fiancé, not her boyfriend.
The well-known Nigerian disc jockey recently said that her fiance, Ryan Taylor, proposed to her two days after they first met. In an interview, DJ Cuppy made this revelation, and subsequent social media footage has gone viral. According to her, the engagement came swiftly, and she only discovered more about her fiancé after he proposed. She also said that so far, the adventure has been fun. The “Jollof On A Jet” singer has had a fantastic run in the spotlight since her debut, and this year has been no exception. However, it is unclear how specific “it” sounds or why the engagement happened so quickly.
"I got engaged two days after I met my fiance"
– Cuppy pic.twitter.com/E8cSvhrVVE
— 🐬 @𝗼𝗻𝗲𝗷𝗼𝗯𝗹𝗲𝘀𝘀𝗯𝗼𝘆 (@OneJoblessBoy) May 2, 2023