“Sometimes it feels like I’m not good enough to be here”- DJ Cuppy opens up on her struggles at Oxford University

The music star sometimes regrets going back to school because of the effects it has on her progress in the music industry.

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Nigerian disc jockey and singer, Cuppy has opened up on her struggles, schooling at Oxford University.

The DJ who is currently securing a masters degree at Oxford University revealed in an Instagram post that sometimes she feels not good enough being in school.

“Counting down the days left at @Oxford_Uni📚 Hilary Term has been TOUGH and I’m honestly struggling. Sometimes it feels like I’m not good enough to be here 🧠💭,” she wrote.

Cuppy enrolled in school last year and disclosed on the PLT podcast that she applied for fun, with the thought that lectures would be online.

This will be the music star’s second master’s degree as she previously earned a master’s degree in Music Business from New York University in 2015.

She is one of Nigeria’s most influential disc jockeys.

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