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#CuppyCares: DJ Cuppy vows to start supporting upcoming artists

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The “Gelato” singer has joined the leagues of Don Jazzy and the likes as she promises to help bringing up and coming acts to limelight.

A few days ago, the award-winning music act, revealed that she gets thousands of emails from upcoming acts telling her to listen to their songs. Cuppy confessed that she was confused about what to do with such mails and asked her fans to drop suggestions. Well, it appears our very own miss Gelato has finally concluded on what to do.

Cuppy took to her Twitter page to announce that she made a personal oath to support upcoming artistes with her platform. She added that he did some soul searching and released that she needed to do something better with her platform. She tweeted; “I have made a personal OATH to support upcoming artists from now! I realized I need to do better with my platform!!! ? #CuppyCares”

In recent times, the disc jockey cum singer has received a lot of backlashes from some fans asking her to quit music for good, but won’t let it get to her a bit as she plans on dropping another album soonest.


However, Cuppy’s forthcoming album ‘Original Cuppy‘ which has been experiencing some kinda delay is yet to have an official releasing date.

On the other hand, Lockdown has got her dedicated to learning how to play a guitar.

Late last month, she took to her Twitter to announce that she is learning the new skill under quarantine, and even shared a cute video of herself strumming a gleaming guitar. Having done a lot of work over the past couple of days, the disc jockey returned to her Twitter to share her progress with her fans.

“Whoop! I’m getting better at the guitar each day!” she wrote.


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