Famous disc jockey, Florence Otedola, popularly known as DJ Cuppy, has bagged another Master’s degree from the University of Oxford.
The UK-based entertainer surprised fans with the news on Thursday via her Twitter handle where she shared snapshots from her convocation with her parents and fiance.
Unlike her second Master’s degree where she furnished her fans with information on her admission and progress, this time, DJ Cuppy, who noted she was on a mission, withheld every detail about her studies until her graduation.
Announcing her latest feat as a ‘Master of Science’ from the Oxford varsity, the 30-year-old DJ wrote: “FINALLY graduated from @UniofOxford … And yes, I am going to make NOISE about it.”
“Third Degree HOTTER! I’m now officially a “Master of Science” from Oxford University. CuppyOnAMission,” she added.
Reacting to his daughter’s achievement, Niergian business mogul Femi Otedola wrote on his Instagram page: “Congratulations on your Oxford University MSc Graduation Ifemi @CuppyMusic. I’ll start saving for your PhD school fees, no knowledge is wasted.”
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In September 2022, DJ Cuppy graduated from Oxford University after she’d earlier revealed in March 2021 that she’d be accepted into the Ivy League institution for a Master’s degree in African Studies.
She kept her fans abreast of her progress in the varsity for her second master’s degree and on the successful completion of her thesis in July 2022, the entertainer shed tears of joy after several weeks of dedication and working relentlessly.
The University of Oxford with its official Twitter handle also congratulated Cuppy on completing her thesis.
Having received her thesis result, which classifies as bagging a Masters in African Studies, the Gelato crooner expressed gratitude to God.
Though her result was not merit or distinction, Cuppy noted she was super proud of herself nonetheless.
Cuppy bagged her first master’s degree in Music Business from New York University in 2015.