One of Nigeria’s finest and foremost female disc jockey’s, DJ Cuppy has gotten mixed reactions from Nigerians on Twitter following her tweet on October 1, which happens to be the country’s Independence day.
In the spirit of the independence, Cuppy the daughter of billionaire oil mogul, Femi Otedola tweeted:
— Cuppy (@cuppymusic) October 1, 2018
This wasn’t taken lightly by some who felt offended by her tweet which referred to Nigeria as the “greatest nation”. See some of their tweets below:
What is there in Nigeria to be proud of please. The mass are suffering basic things like water, light, good health care, warefare ,pension for those that has worked etc people can’t enjoy and the government are celebrating what ? So sad is only the rich that are celebrating
— Tonia (@Tonia62745727) October 1, 2018
Sorry I disagree to that cuppy, I personally don’t see any joy or pride in being called a Nigerian::
— Martins (@nutimart02) October 1, 2018
The people who lost their loved ones in Jos aren’t proud right now ….
— Quisha (@la_quishaa) October 1, 2018
Joy? Pride? pic.twitter.com/7aNs1I6Xh6
— Teni.O.A (@teni04ana) October 1, 2018
Aunty cuppy I love you but sorry to say you are MAD..Next time instead of ‘WE’ use ‘I’…it goes a long way, much love from your biggest fan..
— uwadia ik david (@IkUwadia) October 1, 2018
Na because you get money now try and be broke #Never lol the joy we have is when nepa bring light after 2years and we shout up nepa!!!!!!!😀😀😝😝 lobatan
— BrainBuzz (@olusegun_taiwo) October 1, 2018
“Today, I experience the joy and pride of being called a Wealthy Nigerian…”
There you go, fixed.
— Myself (@Emma_u3l) October 2, 2018
If not that I like you I would have insulted you please stop saying nonsense Nigeria no great , rich people are the ones enjoying it
— sharon 🇳🇬🇳🇬 (@sharonc15804130) October 1, 2018
— Oladipupo Oriire (@Orire_) October 2, 2018
Please…..can i sell my Nigerian citizenship to you???…so you become double Nigerian citizen since this country has been great to you
— D. A. P. O (@Dapoo05) October 1, 2018