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Drama as DJ Cuppy speaks on her pregnancy with Ryan Taylor

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Florence Otedeloa, also known as DJ Cuppy, a Nigerian radio jockey, has revealed that she is pregnant with her fiance Ryan Taylor.

This comes after she published a video online of herself dancing with a big belly, sparking rumors that she is expecting a child.

In response to a fan’s question about whether she is pregnant, DJ Cuppy stated that she merely has a belly and is not expecting a child.

Many people praised Cuppy for not having surgery despite her father’s wealth in response to this video.

One Wendy wrote: Sometimes we forget how normal or regular bodies should look like.

One Nursetrendy wrote: With all her money, cuppy never do her body to be sexy. I respect her

One Taiwo wrote: Better off and more attractive than the ones with “done” bodies. Truth dey pain, If una like make una begin cry.

One Tobiloba wrote: It’s her honesty for me. Na Belly she get, she no kee person. Though, Dudu&FunFun don suppose get aburo.

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