The popular Nigerian female Disk Jockey, Florence Otedola who is professionally known as DJ Cuppy has recently posted pictures of herself protesting against racial injustice on her official Instagram page.
Looking at the pictures, the DJ is dressed in black attire wearing sunglasses and a nose mask.She's also holding a board with a write-up on it.
The write-up says, "To subjugate another is to subjugate yourself #BLM". The 'BLM' here means 'Black Lives Matter'.
On the post the actress said that she thought of so many reasons not to protest but she had to because she wouldn't be able to live with it if she didn't protest.
In her words,
"I honestly thought of so many reasons to not protest, but the truth is I wouldn't be able to live with myself if I didn't go and support!..Straight after my radio show today, I joined my brothers and sisters who are protesting against racial injustice faced by black people globally.I'm also taking this moment to stand against gender-based violence and sexual assault taking place in Nigeria. Together we must do better #BlackLivesMatter #SayNoToRape".
This is really nice of the DJ as she showed concern on racial injustice even though she had so many reasons not tlo protest.I pray that this racism will stop soon because Black Lives Matter.
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