No doubt American rapper, Cardi B, has not forget her experience when she visited Lagos-Nigeria early December 2019.
The 27-years old songwriter was most talk-about subjects on Twitter very early on Saturday morning after she announced that she would file for her Nigerian citizenship.
Cardi B made the announcement in reaction to the killing of a top Iranian general, Qasem Soleimani, by the United States government in an air attack on Friday morning in Baghdad.
The US government had claimed that Soleimani was ‘terminated’ because he was on the verge of attacking its diplomats.
Amid growing tensions as a result of the incident, neighbours Iraq and a host of other nations identified with Iran while Israel declared support for the US.
In her reaction on Twitter, Cardi B frowned on the action of the US government and criticised President Donald Trump for making such a decision.
“Specially being from New York. It’s sad this man (Trump) is putting Americans’ lives in danger. Dumbest move Trump did till date (sic) … I’m filing for my Nigerian citizenship.”
Cardi B arrived in Nigeria on December 5 for a live performance reportedly running into millions of naira.
During her stay which lasted about three days, she was engaged with many activities, including a visit to a motherless home in the Lekki area of Lagos to donate tonnes of gifts purchased from a supermarket in Nigeria.
Naaaaa these memes are fuckin ?? ?but shit ain’t no joke ! Specially being from New York .Its sad this man is putting Americans live in danger.Dumbest move Trump did till date …I’m filing for my Nigerian citizenship.— iamcardib (@iamcardib) January 3, 2020
Picking my tribe— iamcardib (@iamcardib) January 3, 2020
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