Florence Otedola, a disc jockey better known as DJ Cuppy, has reacted to a tweet asking Pepsi to ditch her for Switch, a fellow DJ, as its ambassador.
DJ Switch, whose real name is Obianuju Catherine Udeh, had become an internet sensation after her impressive outing at the ongoing Big Brother Nigeria (BBNaija) Saturday party.
She had kept the housemates glued to the dance floor while also entertaining music lovers with strings of beautiful collections.
Following the weekend party, a Twitter user had called on Pepsi to dump the daughter of Femi Otedola, a billionaire businessman, for DJ Switch.
But reacting to the post, Cuppy said the call for her replacement will not happen. She, however, urged the multinational company to sign more female ambassadors.
“Replace? No, Pepsi loves Cuppy too much, so this can never happen. Sign as well? Yes, they certainly should add more females!#CuppyDat,” she wrote on Twitter.
REPLACE? No, Pepsi loves Cuppy too much, so this can never happen. Sign ASWELL? Yes, they certainly should add more females! 💙 #CuppyDat https://t.co/EKvFwIY8Hv
— #OriginalCopy 🧁 (@cuppymusic) August 30, 2020
Cuppy has continued to hit new heights across the globe, snagging several deals as well as collaborations with other music heavyweights.
In May, Apple Music, a US music and video streaming service, announced her as host of its first-ever radio show in Africa.
She recently released her debut album dubbed ‘Original Cuppy’ which featured several music stars including Fireboy and Rema.
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