Nigerian disc jockey Florence Ifeoluwa Otedola, professionally known as DJ Cuppy, has opened up about the struggles of dating being the daughter of a billionaire.
In an interview, DJ Cuppy said that many of the guys she has found herself dating are more interested in her father, billionaire Femi Otedola, than in her.
She explained that she does not want to be in a relationship where people are fixated on her father instead of the relationship they are building.
“Back home, I feel like so many guys don’t want me, they want my dad. They just love my dad. I met a guy recently and the next thing he asked me was, ‘so when am I going to meet your dad.’ I was shocked,” DJ Cuppy said.
She added that “I have met guys in the UK; when I tell them that I am from Nigeria, they ask me what village, I know the person is not really Nigerian…I want someone to love me a lot and be happy and my dad would be like a by-product.”
This is not DJ Cuppy’s first time talking about relationships, her struggles and what she looks for in a partner.
Earlier in August 2022, she noted that she needed a partner that compliments her.
“I really think I have to find a partner that compliments me but still pushes me and is better at some things than I am, so they can inspire me to improve myself as a person,” DJ Cuppy wrote in a post on Instagram.
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