Kiddwaya, DJ Cuppy to feature in black British reality series, “Highlife”


Kiddwaya and Cuppy have been listed to star in “Highlife,” a new black British reality series premiering on September 10, 2021.

The reality series, produced by Channel 4, is “the first Black British premium reality series,” and will file the lives of young Nigerian Brits as they attempt for success.

Other Brits in the reality show include Irene Agbontaen, Bussdown King, Bernia Boateng, Kamille, Toni Tone, Tomi and Chieferdcypha.

The reality series essentiallyfollowse the existences and affections of a group of highly enterprising young Nigerian Brits with all of them seeking their ideas of success.

A statement by Channel 4 on the reality series goes thus: “Highlighting a community where high family expectations often impact career choices, relationships and even friendship groups, the four-part docurealityy series is an aspirational but utterly relatable authentic portrayal of British life.”

Cuppy,  who verified her participation in the reality series via her Instagram page, posted a photo of all participants and wrote: “Are you ready for the #HighLife? BRAND NEW @Channel4 Series starts on September 10th.”

Kiddwaya too took to his Instagram page to declare openly the news, sharedthe  same photo as Cuppy and wrote: “I’m so excited to announce I’m part of the brand-new docurealityy series Highlife, starting Friday 10th September at10 pmm on prime time @channel4. It’s the first show of its kind in British history and it promises to deliver jaw-dropping original content.”