She often makes the news headlines largely for controversial reasons, but this time it seems she was at-least mentioned for the right reason. The daughter of Nigerian billionaire mogul Femi Otedola, Florence Otedola aka DJ Cuppy gets criticised mostly due to her flamboyant lifestyle. And, even though she loves to slay her beauty & fashion trends, sometimes, she even gets trolled for her exotic costumes. However, in the new photo she posted on her Twitter page, Cuppy is already getting praises for her simple gesture for the holy month of Ramadan!
The beautiful yet sometimes controversial female Disk Jockey DJ Cuppy had shared on her Twitter page a snapshot of herself, while she flaunts her casual beauty in a much relaxed mood. But Interestingly, the fascinating view of her showing off in a typical Muslim costume with her hair properly covered & nails unpainted obviously seemed to have further attracted more attention among many observers!
And one particular fan, who was quite impressed with the display, even duly noted: "...💯 hair properly covered, nails unpainted, that's pure respect for the holy month of Ramadan 🤗 may Allah bless you more 💕🔥"
Checkout below the snapshot posted by pretty Cuppy, which somewhat revealed her interesting nails mode:
* Cuppy's fingernails & toenails unpainted
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