Julie Oluwatoyin Chizodie Adenuga ( born July 15, 1988) simply called Julie Adenuga, is a British radio host, broadcaster and disc jockey, who came to prominence as Beats 1 disc jockey and radio host. She is also well known as the creator of “Don’t trust the internet”.
|Real Name:||Julie Oluwatoyin Chidozie Adenuga|
|Birth Date:||July 15, 1988|
|Birth Place:||London, England|
|Occupation:||Radio Host, Broadcaster|
|Parents:||Joseph Adenuga, Mrs Adenuga|
|Siblings:||Joseph, Jamie, Jason|
|Height:||5 feet 5|
|Net Worth:||$1 million – $2 million|
Julie Adenuga was born on July 15, 1988 in London, England to parents from Nigeria. She is from the Yoruba tribe part of Nigeria.
Julie came into music industry in 2010 where she joined London community radio station, Rinse FM before she later went on to present the drive time show.
She became the host of music television show on Channel AKA and Dailymotion called “Play It”, in 2014. The show also serves as a platform for singers and other grime artists. She also hosted the Vice Magazine’s online offshoot, Noisey’s, Grime Karaoke.
She was introduced as the London headline host of Beats 1 radio as part of the 2015 Apple WWDC Keynote.
Adenuga unveiled “Don’t Trust The Internet” (DTTI) in 2020. The “DTTI” is a creative media house that produces shows like Julie’s Top 5.
She became the co-host of MTV’s Catfish UK: The TV Show, in 2021. It is the UK version of the U.S show, alongside Oobah Butler.
Julie Adenuga has been recognised for her effort; she was named in Forbes 30 under 30 and NME’s 500 Most Influential People in Britain.
Julie Adenuga is a British broadcaster with an estimated net worth of $1 million – $2 million.
- Instagram: @julieadenuga
- Twitter: @JulieAdenuga