Nigerian Disc Jockey and artist, Cuppy has reacted to claims that her father, Femi Otedola was the one who used his connection to get her into Oxford University.
Cuppy recently appeared in a video interview on the Zeze Millz Show, where she discussed her recent admission to Oxford University, her father and other topics.
In the interview, she revealed that her father had no part in her becoming an Oxford student.
On Sunday, November 7th, 2021, the video was uploaded to Youtube.
Cuppy announced last month that she had been accepted into the famous Oxford University.
The Disc Jockey, who lives in the United Kingdom, recently starred alongside reality TV sensation Kiddwaya in a new Channel 4 series called Highlife.
Cuppy explained in a May interview with Glamour UK how she relocated to London at the age of 13 and how challenging the experience was for her.
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The singer, on the other hand, has thoroughly assimilated into British high society and is now a proud student at the prestigious University of Oxford.
Cuppy addressed the discussions surrounding her Oxford University announcement in a video interview with Zeze Millz.
She stated that she had heard that she was only admitted to the school because of her father’s influence.
The “Jollof on the Jet” crooner retorted that her father had nothing to do with her success and that it was entirely due to her own efforts.