Comedian AY Ridicule DJ Cuppy For Dumping Arsenal Football Club

Following the trend, since Arsenal lost a match against Manchester City with three goals, it has been known and quite well that alots of Arsenal fans are not happy. The daughter of a Nigerian billionaire, Florence Otedola, popularly known as DJ Cuppy who used to be one of the Arsenal fans was not left out as it baffles them alots while their favourite football club always losses.

Few days after the loss of the match, DJ cuppy decided to take a leave, and she actually joined Manchester United Football Club (MAN U) where she was officially welcomed by the club.

After the departure of DJ cuppy from Arsenal club, things turn around for them and it really got everyone amazed due to the fact that, they won against Northwich football club with four goals just after she left.

In due to the victory in their first match after Cuppy’s departure from the club, comedian AY has taken to social media to ridicule his colleague DJ Cuppy

According to AY, Arsenal enjoyed a major win just after she took her exit from the football club, he addes

AY teasingly trolled Cuppy by drawing inspiration from Josh2funny’s Don’t Leave Me challenge

Comedian Ayo Makun popularly known as AY seems to be among Nigerians who are not well pleased with DJ Cuppy Otedola over her decision to dump or depart Arsenal football club for Manchester United.

Just recently, the comedian took to his official page on Instagram and threw a shade at the entertainer.

According to what AY said,

“@cuppymusic left @Arsenal for @manchesterunited and we just beat Norwich 4 goals to nothing…” as he wrote on his page.

Taking his shade a step further, AY drew inspiration from colleague Josh2funny’s Don’t Leave Me challenge to shade DJ Cuppy.

AY said: “Does that mean she left 4 Nothing or she just NOR-WICH us well?” lol

He also shared a photo of the Gelato crooner in which she was seen rocking her Manchester United jersey.

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