I MISS NIGERIA – CARDI B

I MISS NIGERIA – CARDI B

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Added by December 10, 2019

Cardi B though back to the United States of America still can’t get over her visit to Nigeria. It’s been barely 48 hours since the American superstar left Nigeria and is already missing the country. She took to her Instagram page on Tuesday, December 10, 2019; where she shared photos of her performing on stage in Nigeria with the caption “Missing Nigeria”. She sure did enjoy her short stay in the country and Nigerians enjoyed having her around.

Hopefully the star would pay a visit soon since her newfound love for Nigeria. Her performance at the livespot concert had her visiting the country for the first time and her excitement could be seen the moment she arrived. We all knew she was happy to be in Nigeria and she had a swell of a time.

On Friday, December 6,2019, Cardi took to her Instagram page where she posted a series of videos from her hotel room in Nigeria. She went on to talk about not wanting the hotel food; rather, she would love to have the real Nigerian Jollof rice.

“Alright this 7 o’clock in the morning I want to go to the f**king hood. I want to see the real Nigeria. I don’t want to eat the hotel food, I want like real Nigerian food, all that fish, all that Nigerian Jollof rice, all that, all that,” she said.

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