Cardi B Africa Tour

African Celebs
2 min readDec 9, 2019
Beautiful outfit and hair- Cardi B In Ghana

The award-winning rapper Cardi B has been touring West Africa for a while. Like the rest of the world, her fan base in Ghana and Nigeria are undeniable.

She was quite jovial about the attention, so she kept sharing lots of stories on Instagram. Here is what we know about the tour.

Cardi B landed in Lagos last Friday. Her tour started with an interview, followed by meeting with Nigerian entertainers and artists. Some artists gave her a portraits painted on oil canvases.

After the formal meetings, Cardi B went out to explore the nightlife in Lagos, and she was not disappointed. Later that night, she posted Instagram stories at a strip club, where she joined the strippers.

Another funny Instagram story was about her supposedly new Nigerian name Chioma B, meaning good God on the Igbo language.

She took time out to bless some orphans on the street and also visited the Lekki orphanage in Lagos where the rapper spent hours with them.

The first leg of the tour was at Livespot X Festival that took place at the entertainment center Eko Atlantic City.

Her costume attracted fans’ attention since she wore a dress in green and white, representing Nigeria’s flag. The performance was praised both by fans and critics.

Cardi B’s next stop was Accra, Ghana on Sunday. As you can imagine, she was greeted by an immense crowd who would run over each other to take a selfie with Cardi B.

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Sadly, Cardi B’s tour also included moments of drama. Like she did in Lagos, she was supposed to meet Ghanaian entertainers and artists.

The same night, Cardi B had yet another memorable performance in Accra. Just like she did in Lagos, she was dressed with the colors of the Ghanaian flag…

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Originally published at https://africancelebs.com on December 9, 2019.

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