Having money helps, don’t let anybody lie to you – DJ Cuppy to Nigerians

Nigerian Disc Jockey and producer, Florence Otedola, popularly known as DJ Cuppy, has stated that having money makes life easier.

Cuppy, a billionaire heiress whose father is business tycoon, Femi Otedola, stated this via her Twitter account while reminiscing about her recent vacation.

The ‘Gelato’ croonerd said traveling reminds her of the importance of self-love and why it is essential to rest.

Having money helps, don’t let anybody lie to you – DJ Cuppy to Nigerians

However, Cuppy stressed that such could not be possible without money, so she advised people not to allow themselves be fooled by those who say life can be enjoyed without money.

She tweeted; “Travel reminds me how important self-love is. Taking time for rest is essential, and there’s nothing like the feeling of being surrounded by inspiration. In short, having money helps. For SURE. Don’t let anyone lie to you”.

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In related news, Big Brother Naija 2022 contestant, Hermes Iyele has said that he now has money but does not have time.

The reality TV star said the problems he had before going on the show are different from the ones he’s currently worried about.

Speaking on how BBNaija affected his life after the show ended, Hermes said many things about his life changed drastically.

According to him, before going for the reality show, he had so many plans in mind but getting finance for them was the problem, but the current issue is that he does not have enough time to do all he wishes.

Hermes, who is popularly known for his alte appearance in and outside the BBNaija house spoke during an interview with The Punch.

The model said; “My life changed drastically after BBN. So much has changed, both positively and negatively. Before BBN, there were so many things I wanted to do, but I did not have the resources. Right now, there is a lot that I can do; but I don’t even have the time to do them.

“I have faced a lot of condemnation in my life. Before BBN, being from a slum, market women, children and other people who had no idea who I was, had many opinions about who they thought I was. They said that as a man, I should not be wearing so many earrings. They also judged me for always wearing shots; and because of how I chose to express myself; both in terms of fashion and my lifestyle generally. However, I disregard opinions that don’t express who I am. Criticisms don’t exactly affect me.”

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