- A viral video of men dressed like popular Ghanaian celebrities imitating the entire Cardi B hullabaloo has been sighted by YEN.com.gh
- The hullabaloo happened when Cardi B was scheduled to meet top celebrities in Ghana
- The 'Cardi B' character in the video was spotted taking kebab as it was indicated in the reports of the incident
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A rib-cracking video of men dressed as the female Celebrities in Ghana who were at the Cardi B 'meet and greet' has stirred social media.
It would be recalled that there was a brouhaha when Cardi B came into Ghana and was supposed to meet some top celebrities in Ghana.
The incident happened right after the American rapper Cardi B touched down in Ghana only to be informed that she was scheduled to meet and greet popular celebrities in Ghana.
Cardi B appeared to have been taken by surprise and this led to some commotion. After it all went down, a group of men decided to imitate the entire incident while dressed like the celebrities that were present during the incident.
One of the men costumed herself as Cardi B, with comedian Made In Ghana, dressed as Moesha and the other Ghanaian celebrities were played by the other guys.
The funny video was spotted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram as it stirred many reactions online.
The viral video appeared to have been taken in a locality that was neat and well kept, imitating the hotel in which the incident happened.
Perhaps, the funniest part was the 'Cardi B' character taking kebab.
The aftermath of Cardi B's meet and greet came with several interesting developments.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Sandra Ankobiah took to her Twitter account, stating her full side of the 'Cardi B' story and why she chose to speak about the issue in the first place.
Her side of the story and the explanations to the questions that came up regarding the brouhaha surfaced.
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