DJ Cuppy Confirms Split From Footballer Beau, Victor Anichebe

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DJ Cuppy and Victor Anichebe are over.

Speaking with Beats FM today, the famous disc jockey confirmed the fears of many fans: that they have finally split up, though they continue to remain friends. And asked why they parted ways, the daughter of Femi Otedola blamed it on distance.

“I literally do not have a boo. I and Victor are not together anymore. The picture I put up recently was a picture of us when we were together. We are still friends. People find it so weird,” she said during the radio chat.

Cuppy and the footballer made their relationship public last year. In March of this year, the disc jockey triggered the first breakup rumour following cryptic posts on her SnapChat.

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Shortly after, she was spotted with singer Mr Eazi, sparking rumours that they were now a couple, but that rumour was put to rest after her sister Temi and the singer went public.

Cuppy returned to sharing details of her reunion with Anichebe, but things went south again after she began posting hints.

Well, they are finally over and his moving to China is the reason for the breakup.

“I feel like we just…He lives in China, I moved here,” said the disc jockey who now lives in Nigeria, adding, “Time difference. It was really difficult. Anyone that knows footballers know that their schedules are crazy and my schedule is also crazy. So it was just difficult but he is such a great guy.”

Now, Cuppy says she is concentrating on her career, and also, she is not looking to get into any relationship for now.

Meanwhile, her sister Temi and singer Mr Singer continue to wax stronger, no matter the terse criticism they continue to face, and, err, the media faux pas, the singer frequently gets embroiled in.

Ada Okoye

Mother. Writer. Lover. King.

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