See how Cardi B showed Love to Millions of People in Nigeria


America’s most talked about female rapper, Cardi B was in Lagos, Nigeria this weekend to headline one of the much anticipated events to usher the two most popular West African countries, Ghana and Nigeria into the Christmas festivities.

Her focus was not only on the star studded show scheduled for Lagos, Dec 7 and Accra, Dec 8th, the Livespot X Festival by Livespot360, an advertising and now events marketing agency, but she returned to Africa for Good.

Aside Cardi B paying for all those shopping for the weekend in a shop in Lagos, the controversial socialite and Rapper was selfless in most of her approach towards fans in Lagos.

According to a twitter user by name Neni Ubani, Cardi B rolled down the window of the car she was sitting inside to make way for her to take a picture when Cardi B noticed she was struggling to capture her due to tinted nature of cardi’s window.

Cardi B was again captured in a club where she was seen partying with fans over some Burna Boy music.

This situation is not typical of Celebrities both in Africa and abroad which people did not expect from an artiste of such a caliber. She is really enjoying her stay in Nigeria’s most busiest city, Lagos.

On Saturday night, Cardi B who performed and brought all the energy on stage got the Nigeria Flag sexier than it has always beenwith her costume made dress which was created using the Green and White colors in the Flag. She thrilled the thousands of audience gathered to his biggest songs including ‘I like It’ and other songs from her ‘Invasion of Privacy’ album released in 2018.

Cardi B is heading to Ghana for a replica of what happened in Lagos at the Accra Sports Stadium.

Cardi B is expected to leave Ghana to the US on Monday Afternoon.

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