DJ Cuppy, has described her life as a fulfilled one, noting that she has been happy and enjoying her life after the announcement of her engagement with her lover, Ryan Taylor.n award-winning female disc jockey, Florence Otedola, professionally known as
Since news about her engagement to the British boxer (Taylor), went viral, the 30-year-old has been inactive on social media.
Apologizing for her absence in a Twitter post on Tuesday night, Cuppy said she has been enjoying her ‘real life’.
She wrote: “My dear Cupcakes, sorry I haven’t been active on social media recently… I’ve just been really HAPPY and ENJOYING my real life tbh.”
Ryan proposed to Cuppy at the Gumball award night in Abu Dhabi on Saturday, November 19.
In a video that made rounds on social media, Ryan could be seen going down on one knee to propose to Cuppy who said yes in the presence of their friends and well-wishers.
The duo could also be seen kissing each other passionately after Cuppy accepted the proposal while Bruno Mar’s ‘Marry You’ played in the background.
The engagement came seven months after Cuppy’s sister Temi Otedola announced her engagement to singer Mr Eazi.
TheNewsGuru.com (TNG) reports that the music star, in a viral video, said yes to her white professional Boxer boyfriend (Ryan) at a public concert, outside Nigeria.
The Gelato crooner who appeared surprised when her boyfriend went on his kneels to pop the question followed her ‘yes’ with a passionate kiss on stage.
The audience present screamed and cheered on the love birds in excitement.
This is coming barely six months after her sister, Temi got engaged to Nigerian singer, Mr Eazi.
What you need to know about Ryan Taylor
Ryan was born on 19 August 1984. He is an English professional footballer who plays for National League North club Buxton. A versatile player and former England under-21 international, he is able to play as a full-back or across the midfield and has excellent free-kick taking and a dead baller
Taylor began his career at Tranmere Rovers in 2002, and made 122 league and cup appearances in three full seasons with the club, being voted as Tranmere’s Player of the Year and onto the PFA Team of the Year in 2004–05.
He was sold to Premier League club Wigan Athletic in July 2005 for a fee of £750,000. Injuries restricted his appearances, though after scoring in four consecutive matches against Newcastle United he joined the club in a trade deal in January 2009. After Newcastle dropped out of the top flight, Taylor helped the club to win promotion as champions of the Championship in 2009–10.
However, he then faced a catalogue of injuries, firstly fracturing a metatarsal and then breaking a leg in the 2010–11 season, and then picking up a serious cruciate knee ligament injury in August 2012.
Taylor played a total of 106 matches for Newcastle, though featured just 18 times in his final three seasons. He was released by Newcastle in May 2015, and spent the 2015–16 campaign at Hull City, where he made only occasional cameo appearances. He signed with Port Vale in October 2016 and again in March 2017.
He signed with Indian Super League club ATK in December 2017. He returned to England and signed with Fleetwood Town in September 2018. He ended his 17 year career in the English Football League at the end of the season, having scored 42 goals in 350 competitive appearances. He came out of retirement in October 2020 to play for non-League side Colne and moved on to Buxton in January 2022.