Imagine the following scenario. You meet with the daughter of the third richest person in the largest population African country and you both spent a lot of time together.
After a while, you are beyond happiness and got carried away with inferiority complex: she has used you to achieve her dream and became more famous, making a hit song for her without paying you even an Iranian Rial.
On Friday, January 8th 2021, billionaire daughter DJ Cuppy revealed on Twitter that street rapper, Zlatan Ibile blocked Her on WhatsApp and Instagram.
“10 months later and I sometimes still wonder why Zlatan Ibile blocked me on WhatsApp and Instagram without ever saying why; we were actually friends Woman shrugging …AND “Gelato” was a hit,” she tweed.
Why did Zlatan Block DJ Cuppy?
Davido’s PA Israel said Cuppy did not give Zlatan one kobo after he featured on her hit song Gelato and when she invited him for her fundraising event in Abuja.
He described DJ Cuppy as a fake person as he revealed the reasons Zlatan blocked her.
6 reasons why he blocked her include;
- Dj Cuppy made a hit song with Him but didn’t pay.
- She invited him for her fundraising event in Abuja, where she made billions.
- She didn’t pay for Zlatan accommodation.
- She didn’t pay for his feeding
- Zlatan spent his own personal money and also entertained his crew.
“Kudos to someone like Zlatan, who took a bold step, by flushing out a full fake friend like Cuppy, who was just using his head, all In the name of my papa na Otedola. Zlatan, did a hit collabo with her, ordinary one kobo, he no see. She also took Zlatan to Abuja, for her fund raising, where she made billions of naira, and didn’t even remember Zee for one kobo till tomorrow. No accommodation, no feeding. Zlatan, had to even spend his own personal money at Transcorp Hilton, to Carter for everyone including me. Dis na 2021 abeg,” Davido’s PA Israel said.
What did Zlatan said about DJ Cuppy?
He told Davido he was not given a kobo at the event and also released a diss track ‘Lagos Anthem’ called DJ Cuppy Oloribu e Dey Lagos (aka gum) meaning a stingy person.
“I’ve learnt to kill them with kindness and rise above the noise!”
Zlatan Ibile was born into poverty but became wealthy through hard work. He shot himself with an inferiority complex.