DJ Cuppy reveals plan for fourth degree at 31

Popular disc jockey, Florence Otedola, aka DJ Cuppy, has revealed her plans to return to school to earn a fourth degree at the age of 31.

DJ Cuppy, daughter of billionaire businessman, Femi Otedola, disclosed this in a video shared on on Monday.

“Have the courage to break the patterns in your life that are no longer serving you. It changed me completely!” Cuppy wrote in her caption.

In the video, she also stated that she already has three degrees, but her love for learning is what motivated her to apply to an academically demanding university.

She said, “I finished a DJ gig, and I started working on an application. For something pretty important, I’ve decided to go back to school. I already have three degrees, but I love learning, and the university I’m applying to is very academically demanding, and the application is pretty rigorous.”

She also recounted her initial discouragement due to her age and how she overcame it by reflecting on her past educational achievements.

“I just felt quite discouraged. I’m 31 now, and my brain doesn’t work like it needs to. I was looking at the prerequisite, and I was like, ‘how am I going to do this?’ But I realised that I’ve done it before, and I can do it again,” she added.

DJ Cuppy further encouraged people to focus on changing negative patterns and not dwell on problems.

She said, “One of the things that I wanted to share was because I know that a lot of people often don’t execute. We have dreams and visions, but we don’t do them because our mind is our biggest critic.

“I remember when I first wanted to go to King’s College, I was like, I can’t do that, but I did it. I wanted to go to New York University at 21; I thought I couldn’t, but I did it. And then, Oxford University at 30, I did it.

“So we are our biggest critics, and one of the things I’m trying to work on is patterns. When you focus on changing patterns, you solve a problem.”

“So if your pattern is your mind playing tricks on you, like discouraging you from going for something, then you need to work on the pattern. I refuse to let my mind or anything tell me that I cannot get a fourth degree,” she concluded.

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