Entertainment - Music - September 16, 2020

Otedola gifts 3 Ferraris cars to daughters

Cuppy sets Twitter afire

DJ Cuppy in her Ferrari Portofino

The Nigerian social media was shutdown on Wednesday as DJ Cuppy (real name Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola) showed off three stunning Ferrari multimillion naira car gifts from her father, Femi Otedola.

Cuppy’s father is a billionaire oil mogul, who sold his shares in Forte Oil for a eye-watering figure in 2019.

The 27-year-old DJ and music producer announced that he took his three daughters out and gifted each a Ferrari Portofino.

The Portofino is Ferrari entry model car, the cheapest model goes as for $215,000 (nearly N100million) at the current naira/dollar rate.

“Papa took us shopping and bought one of each!” she proclaimed on her verified Twitter handled.

Prior to the announcement on Wednesday, Cuppy in a teaser on Tuesday morning promised to “break” the internet.

And after making good her threat, she came back and reminded her followers the promise.

“I’m breaking the internet this week. Mark this tweet,” she said, and just hours later she stunned with photos of the new cars.

“Don’t say I didn’t warn you… Cuppy in a rarri”

They are a pink (Cuppy’s favourit colour) for her, a rust for Temi and blue for the third.

On Wednesday, she then posted her joy at the attention she garnered for the post.

“I stopped Nigeria for the day. I’m done now, everyone can carry on. Goodnight!” she said at about 8:30 pm Nigeria time.

Meanwhile, the show-off apparently got the desired effect as hundreds of her followers on social medial showered her with attention.

But one Twitter follower was not impressed: “In a middle of a Pandemic when many people are unemployed and currently struggling to survive?

“Do you know how many families he can lift out of poverty or how many hospitals, schools would be well equipped with this money. Absolute waste of resources!”

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