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Femi Otedola buys his daugh­ter DJ Cup­py a brand new 2018 Range Rover Sport (Pho­to)

Bil­lion­aire busi­ness­man, Femi Otedola, has bought his daugh­ter DJ Cup­py a brand new 2018 Range Rover Sport. The excit­ed Cup­py took to Insta­gram to show off the new whip and wrote: ‘Out with the old, in with the new! ?? THANK YOU! @FemiOtedola ?♥? #New­Car­Alert #2018Sport #WhiteOn­White.

Otedola is mar­ried to Nana Otedola and has three daugh­ters – Chris­tine Olawun­mi, Flo­rence Ife­oluwa and Eliz­a­beth Temi—and a son, Fewa. Flo­rence Otedola, aka DJ Cup­py, is a DJ and music pro­duc­er, as well as a tourism ambas­sador for Nige­ria. Her younger sis­ter, Temi, is a style blog­ger and aspir­ing design­er. Otedola has homes in Lagos, Abu­ja, Dubai, Lon­don and New York City. In Decem­ber 2016, Otedola was embroiled in a con­tro­ver­sy where two Toron­to-based sisters—Jyoti and Kiran Matharoo—reportedly tried to extort him by cyber­bul­ly­ing and black­mail, claim­ing they had evi­dence of Otedola cheat­ing on his wife that they would post on a noto­ri­ous sex-scan­dal web­site.

In 2014 Cup­py was the res­i­dent DJ at the MTV Africa Music Awards in Dur­ban. She then played at the Tatler and Christie’s Art Ball in Lon­don, and at the Finan­cial Times Lux­u­ry Sum­mit in Mex­i­co City.

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. 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. In March 2015, Cup­py was named the offi­cial DJ for the 2015 Oil Barons Char­i­ty in Dubai, and became the first African act to per­form at the event. She was fea­tured in the 2015 April/May issue of Forbes Woman Africa.

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.

In Octo­ber 2016, the “Cup­py Takes Africa” tour aired on Fox Life Africa as an 8‑episode docu series. In 2016, Cup­py was the res­i­dent DJ for MTV2’s Uncom­mon Sense with Char­la­m­agne Tha God. She pro­duced two songs, “Vibe” and “The way I am”, which appeared on the “Afrobeats” EP by Young Paris which as released on March 24th 2017.

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 fea­tures guest vocals from Ghana­ian rap­per Sarkodie.

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