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ACADEMIA: After bagging a BSc and two master degrees, DJ Cuppy contemplates returning to school to study architecture


Sep 16, 2022

Billionaire heiress and disc jockey, Florence Otedola a.k.a DJ Cuppy, has said she’s considering returning back to school to study Architecture.

Her intention to pursue another university degree comes after she bagged a Bachelor’s degree in business and economics from King’s College London in 2014Following which she acquired a Masters degree in Music Business from New York University in 2015.

Most recently, the 30-year-old entertainer bagged another Masters degree in African Studies from the prestigious Oxford University in 2022.

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday night, September 14, Cuppy announced that she’s contemplating returning to school to study architecture.

She tweeted,

“Thinking of going back to University again to study architecture 💭😅”

Her tweet has sparked different reactions from social media users who accused her of being insensitive announcing her academic pursuit when the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has been on strike for seven months.

Some others asserted that she doesn’t have the capacity to study architecture because it’s a difficult course.

Social media commentator @danielregha wrote, “Cuppy do u realize that constantly announcing ur academic plans is !nsensitive; Lots of Nigerians are affected the ongoing ASUU strike & u a!n’t helping mattersAlso keep in mind that u are yet to assist students as promised since almost 18 monthsU ta!k b!g but do noth!ng.”

A Twitter user identified as @abba-naallah wrote, “Be like say @cuppymusic no know the actual meaning of architecture oooYou no go fit oooOn so many nights even with your comfort you’d cry, be discouraged, get really tired and you’d wanna give up.

Good luck though.”

Another Twitter user @local_man5 wrote, “Hmm Omo, do your research properly before diving into architecture o.”

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