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Fans React After Oxford University's Matriculation Photos Of DJ Cuppy Surface Online

A lot of people had reacted after the billionaire's daughter, DJ Cuppy had shared photos of her matriculation into Oxford University. A couple of hours ago, the billionaire's daughter took to her official Instagram handle and shared her matriculation pictures. Recalled that the famous disc jockey, Florence Otedola, fondly known as DJ Cuppy, has been admitted into the prestigious University of Oxford in England, for a master’s degree in African Studies. The star singer took to her official Instagram account and shared the news with her fans. She had shared a short video to inform her parents about the development. Even as this is so, the 28-year old disc jockey had officially been accepted into the institution. The billionaire's daughter didn't hesitate to share the news to her fans, as she posted the photos on her page. Looking at the photos, DJ Cuppy wore a black skirt and white shirt. She also had a black tie in her neck. On her left hand, she held a black matriculation mortarboard that complemented her skirt. One thing that had further drawn our attention was her gentle smiles. After she had shared these photos, she bragged about her achievements and said she's in Oxford University because of her hard work. She alleged that the matriculation attire is not a dress for everyone. She maintained that people only wore that dress once in their lifetimes. Even as this is so, a lot of people had reacted. While some congratulated the singer for her successful enrollment into Oxford University, others jokingly criticized her pink hair. They alleged that the hair didn't match her dress. Come to think of it, Cuppy is one celebrity that loves pink colour. Aside from being a billionaire's daughter, she works for her money. She has the rights to use any colour of hair that suits her fancy. Guys, what are your views on this?

Photos Credit: Instagram | DJ Cuppy

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