The DJ who happens to be the daughter of the famous Nigerian billionaire, Femi Otedola posted a new stunning photo of herself on her official Instagram page. The photo which was posted few hours ago gained the attention of many Instagram users who reacted via their likes and comments. See the photo below.
Looking at the photo, the DJ is seen flaunting her beauty as she's dressed in a beautifully designed Fendi outfit. She's seen sitting on a bike, eating jollof rice. Her hairstyle looks very beautiful. Cuppy really looks very stunning on her new photo.
She captioned the post, "Jollofing in Fendi #JollofOnTheJet".
As we all know, this is not the first time Cuppy is seen eating jollof rice without meat. Following this reason, an Instagram user with username "ayaadekitchen" asked Cuppy if she doesn't eat meat.
"You don't eat meat?".
Cuppy didn't hesitate to reply her as she revealed why a rich girl like her don't eat meat.
"I'm a Vegan".
Thank God the DJ has finally revealed why she doesn't eat meat because most times, I will be wondering why a billionaire's daughter like her will be seen eating food without meat.
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