DJ Cuppy has Recently shown her fustration to Manchester United latest loss to Chelsea in the FA Cup match tie. The billionaire daughter spillef her Jollof on the ground as she was visibly unhappy as Manchester United lost to Chelsea.
Recall that DJ Cuppy left Arsenal for Manchester United as she felt they were not performing up to her expectation, however she is left even more disappointed with Manchester United recent loss to Chelsea yesterday.
Reacting to the loss, she shared photos of herself on the popular photo sharing platform Instagram, with her jollof rice spilled on the floor showing her fustration with the result.
Don Jazzy and other celebrities also used the opportunity to throw jibes at her reacting to the pictures in the comments section. Don jazzy reacting to the photo said she had committed an abomination as the pictures reveal her throwing her food away because her team lost a match
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