Popular American rapper, Cardi B, on Tuesday, January 14, released a video where she was excited about the gift Beyoncé, another famous US musician sent her.
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In the video, she happily screamed about how she was gifted a whole closet filled with Ivy Park wears.
Ivy Park is an activewear company that was co-founded by Beyonce with Topshop in 2006. It currently operates under Parkwood Topshop Athletic Ltd.
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Cardi B said she wants to be a politician, saying she really loves government even though she does not agree with the government.
The multiple award-winning rapper and mother of one made the disclosure on Twitter on Sunday, January 12.
She tweeted: "I think I want to be a politician. I really love government even tho I don’t agree with Government (sic)."
In a follow-up tweet, the 27-year-old rapper noted that no matter how many weapons a country has, it still needs people. As expected, Cardi B's fans flooded her comment section to react to her political aspiration.
Shortly after sharing a post on the micro-blogging platform, Twitter, about her plans to get Nigerian citizenship, the Bodak Yellow crooner returned with a different tweet in which she noted that she is trying to pick a tribe to identify within the country.
After sharing the tweet, many of her followers flooded section with suggestions of becoming Igbo, Hausa or Yoruba.
The engagement on the post got over 75,000 likes, over 9000 retweets and more than 4000 comments.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported Joana VanBoven, a 22-year-old US-resident Ghanaian native has reached out to underprivileged persons in poor communities in Ghana to educate and give them resources to enhance their quality of life.
The founder Health and Wealth started the charity organisation to connect with underserved communities to educate and empower them by providing them with essential education materials.
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