DJ Cuppy declares desire to be Asake’s full-time backup singer

Nigerian disc jockey and producer, Florence Otedola, known professionally as DJ Cuppy, has opened up about her utmost desire regarding Afrobeats sensation, Asake.

The billionaire heiress revealed via her official Twitter account that she wants to become Asake’s backup singer on a full-time basis.

DJ Cuppy stated this on Tuesday after meeting the ‘Peace Be Unto You” crooner for the first time, saying that she had a conversation with him regarding her wish.

DJ Cuppy declares desire to be Asake's full-time back singer

The ‘Gelato’ hit-maker shared a clip of herself with Asake and expressed her strong desire to achieve her mission of joining Asake’s music adventure.

“Hadn’t met @AsakeMusik in real life until this surprise. I was finally able to discuss my deep desire and career development of becoming his full-time backup singer. #CuppyOnAMission #MrsMoney,” she wrote.

This comes on the heels of Asake shutting down the prestigious 20,000 capacity O2 Arena in London, United Kingdom.

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Meanwhile in another news…

Nigerian rap star, Blaqbonez, born Emeka Akumefule, has revealed that there used to be a time rave of the moment, Asake was his backup singer.

He said that before the YBNL act hit stardom, they were friends and worked together while still in the University.

According to Blaqbonez, him, Fireboy, Asake, Superboi Cheque, Yhemolee, and Zamorra were close friends from the early days of their careers at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ife, Osun State.

The ‘Haba’ crooner disclosed this while being interviewed by reality star, KimOprah on Hip TV’s entertainment programme, Trending. He recounted how Zamorra and Asake used to assist him in the studio with background vocals.

Blaqbonez said; “I have known Fireboy, Asake, Superboi Cheque, Yhemolee, and Zamorra since OAU days. Zamorra and Asake have always been great at backups. You know this thing Asake does now with his vocals, he has understood this thing from time.

“So, I used to ask him to help me figure out these things. They’ve always been influential in my music journey because I feel like every phase of BlaqBonez helped build the BlaqBonez that I am now.”