- Rapper Cardi B has reacted to a photoshopped picture of her daughter Kulture
- The image shows the adorable little one dressed in a Yoruba outfit
- Cardi B noted that the image is cute
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American rapper Cardi B appears to have completely fallen in love with Nigeria and this is evident in the way she talks about the country.
Recall that YEN.com.gh previously reported that the rapper in a post shared on micro blogging platform, Twitter, disclosed her intention to file for Nigerian citizenship and had gotten the attention of several residents of the country on social media.
In a following development, the rapper has now reacted to a manipulated image of her adorable daughter, Kulture. The image shows the little girl donned in a traditional Yoruba outfit that featured a headgear, wrapper and local accessories.
The Twitter user who posted the image had asked Cardi about the Nigerian name that will be given to her daughter.
Reacting, the Money crooner simply noted that the image is ‘so cute’.
See the exchange between them below:
Followers flooded her comment section with reactions to the image. Check out what some of them had to say:
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that days after Cardi B jetted out of Nigeria, the rapper revealed via her Instagram story that she is already missing the country. The 27-year-old’s visit caused a lot of stir especially on social media.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that while news about Ghanaian actress, Akuapem Poloo, dominated online portals in December following her 'meet and greet' with Cardi B, her recent attempt to gained attention failed to receive any response from the American rapper.
The Ghanaian video vixen and social media star generated buzz around her personality during her encounter with American rapper Card B when she visited Ghana in December.
Poloo sent a good-will message as the year 2020 unfolded on January 1 to her ‘spiritual twinny’, however, it failed to yield any attention.
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