- American female rapper Cardi B says she is suffering from tooth decay commonly called ‘kaka’ in Ghana
- She shared a sad video showing the kind of pain she was enduring
- The rapper said she could not talk and had to go for a teeth operation
- Cardi B made headlines in Ghana with her famous khebab saga
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American rapper Cardi B has painfully informed her fans that she is suffering from tooth decay, what is commonly referred to as ‘kaka’ in Ghana.
In a video seen by YEN.com.gh, Carbi said she was going through pain which was affecting her speech.
Thus, she would be undergoing an operation to have that particular troubling tooth removed.
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She also promised to get back to all event organisers she has deals with, as well as to respond to all her fans.
Cardi B made headlines in Ghana in December 2019 when she came to Ghana for the Year of Return event.
Some Ghanaian celebrities were lined up to “meet and greet” her, however, Cardi B never showed up.
She remained in her hotel room for close to seven hours while the celebrities waited.
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It later came to fore that Cardi B was enjoying herself with some khebab.
She also had stomach upset obviously from consuming so much of the khebab pepper which her system was not used to.
Before leaving Ghana, Cardi B showed much love to Becca as the celebrity she really respected and admired.
She also started following some of the Ghanaian celebrities on Instagram including Shatta Wale, Kwesi Arthur, and Rosemond Brown.
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