DJ Cuppy has had an epiphany – she intends to use her platform to help upcoming artistes in the industry. While her foray into music itself has been fodder for internet jokes, many pointing that she can’t sing, DJ Cuppy has released decent bops that gained airplay on radio and DJ’s turntables.
I have made a personal OATH to support upcoming artists from now! I realised I need to do better with my platform!!! 🤍 #CuppyCares
— Cuppy (@cuppymusic) May 12, 2020
According to her, she received a lot of emails from upcoming artistes and she’s has resolved to help them take their budding careers to the next level. DJ Cuppy is in a better position to this, given her class advantage. This gesture also in sync with her foundation and charity projects, and it will be interesting to see where she goes with this.
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184 new cases of #COVID19;
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