Femi Otedola Donates Five Billion Naira To DJ Cuppy Foundation
Popular entertainer Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, known as Dj Cuppy, hosted her Cuppy Gold Gala event yesterday, 10th November 2019, in Abuja. Cuppy Foundation, which hosted the charity gala, tagged it “Save The Children”.
In attendance was Vice President Yemi Osibanjo, Alhaji Aliko Dangote, her father, Femi Otedola, and other heavyweight politicians.
The foundation organised the event to raise funds for children in the northern Nigerian states orphaned by Boko Haram attacks.
At the event, Alhaji Aliko Dangote appreciated DJ Cuppy for taking such a worthy course as helping orphaned children. As a result, he declared his support for the foundation with a donation of 100 Million Naira.
See the video below:
He said 100 million Naira just like 1k oo.. Mazaa🙌🙌 Allah yabamu mai albarka.. https://t.co/sPOsqJ60Oa
— Haleematu🌹💎 (@__mss___abk__) November 10, 2019
The highpoint of the event was when her father, Femi Otedola, announced his donation of five billion naira. It was this announcement that took the internet into a frenzy.
Owo wa ni Naija….forget https://t.co/b6DbeYl2qE
— Ágbàjé Kéhìndé (@khussen) November 10, 2019
Popular blogger and entrepreneur, Linda Ikeji, who was also present at the event took to her Instagram page to pour accolades on the businessman. According to Linda, Femi Otedola should be the father and humanitarian of the year for donating such a huge amount of money.
DJ Cuppy and her father, Femi Otedola, have always had a special father and daughter bond. She always shares photos of them having fun moments on Instagram. Her popular single, “Gelato”, on which she featured Zlatan Ibile was then inspired by one of such moments.
On several occasions, Internet users trolled her for allegedly not being talented. Furthermore, it’s been said that her wealthy background is what is keeping her relevant in the entertainment industry.
Nevertheless, DJ Cuppy has proven to be an entertainer with a big heart, and one ready to use her status to bring light and hope to children in Nigeria through her foundation