DJ Cuppy says she’s not ready to settle down and start a family as juggling work with motherhood “will slow down” her career.
The 22-year-old, who is currently in Ghana to promote her single titled ‘Abena’, disclosed this during her radio tour in the capital of the West African country.
“I am not ready to marry and have kids now because it will slow down my career,” said DJ Cuppy.
The Nigerian entertainer, who appeared on Starr FM show ‘Starr Drive’, also told hosts KOD and Cookie Tee on Thursday that being referred to as “female DJ” felt discriminatory, stressing that she is often not comfortable with the tag.
In a wide-ranging interview, DJ Cuppy claimed that she did not look up to any female DJ when she started building her brand, and no other DJ does the job better than her.
On the rivalry between Ghanaian and Nigerian music, DJ Cuppy stated that Nigerian music was inspired by Ghanaian music, and so must be acknowledged as such.