DJ Cuppy finally confirms she’s Asa Asika’s girlfriend

Popular Deejay DJ Cuppy has finally admitted that she is the girlfriend of Asa Asika.

On Tuesday, March 20, 2018, Asa Asika took to his Twitter page to announce his clients’ endorsement deal. DJ Cuppy finally confirms she's Asa Asika's girlfriend lailasnews 4

“Both my clients have Pepsi deals now! DJ Obi x Davido! @PlugNG way!” he wrote.

Asa Asika who obviously didn’t have the intention to mention DJ Cuppy in his post to avoid suspicion over their union, was immediately reminded by the deejay that he forgot to mention that his girlfriend too has been signed by Pepsi.

DJ Cuppy responded to the tweet, “AND your girlfriend! “ she added.

It safe to say these guys are dating and we can all put to rest the gist about their relationship status and wish the couple a very blissful love story. Recall about a week ago, DJ Cuppy cleared the air over who she is dating on her Twitter page with a tweet.

“Just a NOTE. I have a sister called Temi @jtofashion who is NOT the same person as me! ✨ And no, I am not dating both @AsaAsika and @MrEazi! #FreeCuppy,” she tweeted.

Though the duo has been spotted on different occasions and it would only take a blind person to doubt their closeness. But no matter the confrontation, either of them would always deny the fact that they are dating.

Recently they were both spotted at a Cinemas in Dubai. The couple had rented the entire cinemas to watch the Black Panther movie.

Earlier in the year when they kicked off their relationship, DJ Cuppy had mentioned that she planned to tour in 2018 and so she was employing Asika due to the experience he has in this area. So it will be quite unprofessional for them to engage themselves romantically.

Well, we will want to believe the Cat is out of the bag now and so they can enjoy their lives as a cute celebrity couple.



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