- Cardi B has always been one of the kindest musicians
- The rapper and mum never misses a chance to extend a helping hand from time to time
- Cardi walked into a Miami shop and bought the sweetest surprises for kids in need
- She tried her best to go unnoticed during her spree
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American rapper Cardi B has always been hailed for having a huge heart and a soft spot for children.
The mother of one shut down Nigeria when she decided to blow through millions while shopping for the less fortunate.
Now, TMZ claims the Bodak Yellow rapper splashed over GHC 28,000 on toys so she could put smiles on children’s faces.
Apparently, Cardi the modern Santa Claus walked into stores in Miami, US and dug deep into her bank account as she chose the best toys for kids she did not know.
The illustrious artiste was simply dressed in a hoodie as she tried to stay incognito during her shopping spree.
The mother of one even walked around with no makeup on and smiled throughout her errands.
She then rented a truck to ferry the numerous gifts that were tied up in fancy containers.
Cardi purchased video games, cars, dolls among other trinkets.
This pretty wild child keeps giving us reasons to love her and we are here for it.
During her African tour, Cardi silently stormed a market place in Nigeria and bought clothes, foodstuff and toys for needy kids.
She did not share too much about her kind gesture on social media and avoided divulging any information about her charity work.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported for most rich Ghanaians that once had thriving businesses, 2019 marked the end of their business owing to major setbacks particularly due to the unsteadiness of the financial sector which had their business folded.
Some of these rich people were considered business titans in the Ghanaian business space and controlled some amount of wealth, or at least, people’s monies.
However, these individuals ‘failed’ to manage their business despite either being given considerable time to save their business or were bailed out by the Bank of Ghana (BoG).
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