If you recall, Cuppy once announced that she gained admission at the prestigious University of Oxford, England for her master's program.
She captioned the post "Matriculation day at Oxford University. The ceremony confers my membership as a student."
Cuppy, the daughter of Nigerian businessman Femi Otedola, also mentioned that she worked to get into Oxford, one of the leading universities in the work, and her hard work paid off.
She shared a series of photos from the colourful occasion, marking the beginning of a new chapter in her life.
In one of the photos, she wore a black and white outfit and kept her signature pink hair, while holding a bouquet of flowers in one hand and her cap in another.
Her school mates were seen behind her in the photo.
In another photo, the musician wore a face mask and proudly displayed the school's batch on it.
She was also spotted on a roof top, smiling and looking like a scholar.
Congratulations to Cuppy.
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