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“I get voted worst-dressed every year”- DJ Cuppy compares self to sister Temi

Ghlagatin 2 months ago 0

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Nigerian artist DJ Cuppy has opened out about not having her sister’s genes and about being called the worst dressed person in the nation annually.

She likened herself to her sister and reiterated her disinterest in dressing elegantly or beautifully.

She also mentioned that she detests cosmetics and never fixes her lashes; occasionally, her crew has to force her into wearing glam makeup.

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DJ Cuppy hasn’t changed her opinions on fashion or her lack of her sister’s genes, even though she’s been called the worst dressed person in Nigeria.

“I get voted worst dressed in Nigeria every year. I have a sister, Temi, she’s so hot. I genuinely don’t have her genes or her fashion sense. People look at us, they’re like there’s no way we are related, we are literally three years apart. I don’t care about fashion, I don’t care about glam and looks and stuff. The worst thing about my job, I always say, is glam. My team has to beg me. You’ll see me on TV looking really good and then you’ll just see me in the club looking like ‘oh my God’. I don’t even like wearing makeup, I can’t even lie, I never wear lashes, I don’t do my nails.”

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SOURCE: Ghlagatin.net

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Frank Oteng known professionally as Ghlagatin is a Ghanaian celebrity blogger, freelance journalist, and reporter.He is the founder of Ghlagatin.net, an entertainment website. He graduated from Accra Technical University, ATU with a National High Diploma in Interior Design.

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