DJ Cuppy Ridicules Her Ex-club Arsenal after they Lost 2-1 to Tottenham
Famous Nigerian disc jockey, Ifeoluwa Florence Otedola nickname DJ Cuppy has ridiculed her ex-club Arsenal after they suffered a 2-1 lose to Tottenham Hotspurs.
It should be remembered that a few weeks ago, the female DJ took to social media to withdraw her membership from Arsenal‘s fan base amid tears and disappointment.
Cuppy subsequently became a Manchester United fan, got officially welcomed by the club, and received a free signed jersey from Ighalo.
Following her departure from the club, Arsenal immediately and surprisingly returned to her winning ways and Nigerian Gunners kept trolling her on twitter for being Arsenal’s problem.
However, yesterday being Sunday, July 11, Arsenal locked horns with the Spurs but the outcome was a catastrophic and humiliating one for the Gunners.
Lacazette scored a shocking opener at the 16th minute, Tottenham’s Son Heung-Min succeeded in striking an equalizer just 3 minutes later, forcing the first half of the game to end at a draw knot.
The second half of the game got heated as no club wanted to concede more goals but Alderweireld gave Tottenham victory after he found his way into Arsenal’s net thereby leaving the Gunners with a 2-1 defeat.
DJ Cuppy then took to Twitter to mock the club and their fans, asking them “How Far?”
Mocking Arsenal fans on twitter in series of tweets, Cuppy tweeted; “Oobi to all those Arsenal fans that said Cuppy was the Bad Luck. You see ya sef?”
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From yesterday’s English Premier League matches, Wolves lashed Everton 3 nil, Aston Villa slammed Crystal Palace 2 nil while Leicester City suffered a devastating 4-1 defeat to Bournamouth.
DJ Cuppy’s new club, Manchester United is no.5 on the league table with 59 points while her ex-club Arsenal retains spot 9 on the Premier League table with 50 points.
Although, even as DJ Cuppy ridicules her ex-club, some Gunners still took to her reply section to insist that she was a “bad luck” to Arsenal.
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