- American rapper, Cardi B, has confirmed she'll be coming to Africa soon
- In a recent tweet, the Dominican-born rapper stated that she'll be visiting South Africa
- The 27-year-old star took to Twitter to seek knowledge about the country from her fans
American rapper, Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar known professionally as Cardi B, is certainly one musician after the hearts of many Nigerians. Her visit to Nigeria clearly earned her more die hard fans than expected.
Well, the singer is returning to Africa and from the look of things, she appears pretty excited about it. The 27-year-old rapper revealed this via her Twitter account.
While responding to a tweet about the surge in ticket purchase following news of her impending visit, she tweeted: "SOUTH AFRICA !! Chioma B is coming !!!!....Teach me more bout your country in the comments ❤️❤️❤️"
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Recall a while ago, she left many of her Nigerian fans excited after she took to her social media page to reveal she was missing Nigeria already. The 27-year-old rapper whose stay in Nigeria caused quite a buzz both online and offline with her colourful and beautiful opinions about Nigeria and its people seems to have found a home in the country.
The mother of one who clearly had a good and perhaps, wild experience in Nigeria recently returned to the United States after her performance in Ghana. However, the star seems to be missing Nigeria already.
Taking to her Instagram story, she shared a photo of herself during her performance in Nigeria and captioned it: "Missing Nigeria."
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Meanwhile, Burna Boy has certainly left social media buzzing following his recent rants on social media about being the best and getting all by himself. Well, not everyone seems to agree and one of them is Eedris Abdulkareem.
The veteran musician in a recent interview with TVC Connect, stated that Burna Boy needs to apologize to Nigerians over his remarks. He also accused him of stealing from Many of Fela's songs.
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