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DJ Cuppy Threatens To Deal With Trolls Making Fun Of Her Brother’s Disability

by Inclusive News Network

Popular DJ Cuppy has issued strict warning to cyber bullies trolling her brother with a Disability, Fewa Otedola.

The billionaire heiress shared a collage of photos as she celebrated her younger brother who turned 22.

Expressing pride in her brother, the 29-year-old announced to trolls that though Fewa has severe autism, he is her God-given gift.

She warned them not to dare say anything nasty about his condition or face the penalty of being blocked and reported on social media platforms.

“Happy 22nd Birthday to my baby brother, Fewa Otedola! In case you didn’t know my brother has severe AUTISM but there is absolutely no shame in being on the spectrum. He is my God-given gift. #FamilyFirst.

“PS: I have not and will never give a fuck about what people say about ME on social media, BUT best believe IF anybody even TRIES to say anything nasty about my brother’s disability – not ONLY will I have them BLOCKED but I will also report them to Instagram and @Twitter for cyber bullying,” she wrote.

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental condition involving persistent challenges with social communication, restricted interests, and repetitive behavior.

While autism is considered a lifelong disorder, the degree of impairment in functioning because of these challenges varies between individuals with autism.

Common symptoms include difficulty with communication, difficulty with social interactions, obsessive interests and repetitive behaviours.

Early recognition, as well as behavioural, educational and family therapies may reduce symptoms and support development and learning.

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