DJ Cuppy, an award-winning disc jockey, has sobbed as she finally receives her diploma from Oxford University. Florence Otedola.
Since 2021, Femi Otedola’s daughter has been taking us all along on the trip as she pursues a third degree at the esteemed Oxford University.
DJ Cuppy recounted her experiences and that she came close to leaving school twice.
She claims that because she is so exhausted, celebrating is actually difficult for her.
She mentioned how she had been working hard to complete her degree, both physically and psychologically.
DJ Cuppy described her third degree as her most difficult experience in her life as it had made her almost consider dropping out of school twice.
“Tears of joy. The wait is finally over!!! My Thesis is finally 100% done!!! Not sure why weeping is my reaction right now. I’m so drained that it actually feels so difficult to celebrate. Over the last few week’s, I’ve pushed myself SO much, both mentally and physically to actually finish this degree. Truthfully, this has been one of the most challenging experiences of my life….This paper alone has made me want to drop out of Oxford University TWICE… I’ve done something only a few can do….and I don’t need to ask for anyone’s respect or flowers. I’ve earned them! People keep asking where the party is?! LMAO I need to rest and rebuild….. It is important to understand that when you have worked as hard as I have for a project like this, you get so fatigued and partying is the last thing on your mind. I am thankful for all the people who have supported me and proud of myself throughout this process. Lastly, I am thankful to God who has been with me the entire way!!!”.
Remember how DJ Cuppy had sobbed when discussing the difficulties she had had while preparing for her final term at Oxford University?
DJ Cuppy expresses dissatisfaction with her workload as a graduate
The Otedola family’s daughter, who astonished many when she announced she was pursuing her third degree, acknowledged how challenging it was for her.
She said that she had been under a lot of pressure to submit her thesis on time and at a good academic standard.
She acknowledged that it had been mentally and even emotionally taxing.
DJ Cuppy went on to say that her struggles with anxiety and ADHD had made her feel depressed.