Nigerian female disc jockey and billionaire’s daughter Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, professionally known as DJ Cuppy, has revealed her dogs live a good life.
It is no longer news that DJ Cuppy often liken her puppies Dudu and Funfun as her babies. A video shared on her Instagram story captured her playing with the dogs.
This comes a few weeks after she revealed the important roles her dogs would play before she accepts any man for a romantic relationship.
According to the 28-year-old female disc jockey, her puppies must like whoever is asking her out before she can agree to go on a date.
Captioning the video, the female disc jockey said Dudu and Funfun live a better life than her. She wrote: @dufupom live a better live than me
This stirred several reactions on social media; while some pointed out that she may be clout chasing, others said some people love animal pets staying around them.
papiiitino wrote: Some of you actually care for animals more than human beings around you
david_mattlp08 wrote: Someone should check on this geh o , money is not everything o
hibrosamani wrote: Egbami o…. if your dogs live a betttwr life than you then which kind life me Dey live? Ah Una sha go Dey insult person stylishly 🥺… abi you will use me too as your dog cuppy
pidgin____master wrote: how do I feel, she’s chasing clouts lately🙄🙄 meanwhile she’s still owing certain artist
Veteran actor Yinka Quadri has taken to social media to celebrate the new addition to his family.
Sharing photos of himself and his grandson, the latest grandfather could not quantify his happiness as he declared his daughter and grandson are both in good condition.
His second daughter, Juwon, gave him a reason to celebrate after the addition, and many fans have sent him congratulatory messages after sharing the good news online.
ALHAMDULILAHI for a sweet ADDITION , my latest grandson is here💕💕. My daughter @its_juwwy put to bed , mother and son doing great, hale and hearty.
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‘The most foolish statement’ Nigerians react to Actor Yemi Solade’s insensitive comment on the Twitter ban
Nollywood actor Yemi Solade has been dragged on social media over his comment on the Twitter ban for saying the microblogging platform insulted Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari.
Last week, the Federal Government suspended the microblogging platform for allegedly allowing contents capable of threatening the corporate existence of Nigerians and deleting genocide tweet of the president.
However, many Nigerians have been accessing the platform through Virtual Private Network, and the government has vowed to prosecute those flouting the Twitter ban.
In an interview with Goldmyne TV, the veteran actor Yemi Solade applauded the Buhari led government for their decision adding that Twitter went too far by insulting the President and, by extension, Nigerians.
According to the actor, although the Twitter ban trampled on our...
The Nigerian government is in talks with Twitter over the suspension of its operations in Nigeria.
This was revealed by the Ambassador of the United States of America to Nigeria, Mary Leonard, on Monday.
Leonard said this during a closed door meeting with Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Geoffrey Onyeama, ambassadors and representatives of the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland and the EU in Nigeria.
Onyeama claimed the objective of the ban was to advocate for a responsible use of social media platforms that would not destabilize the peace and unity of the country.
Reacting, Leonard thanked the Minister for inviting them for the meeting and expressed satisfaction that the federal government and Twitter were in talks....