Cardi B hails Ghana after eating ‘Kyinkyinga’


American songstress and rapper, Cardi B, has showered praises on Ghana for being a country worth staying in.

This is after the  New York City-based songwriter, actress and television personality had snubbed some Ghanaian ‘celebrities’ who had thronged her hotel to have a meet and greet session with her.

Some celebrities thronged the Kempinski Hotel in Accra to interact with the star – real name, Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar – who was billed to perform at the Livespot X Festival at the Accra Sports Stadium Sunday night.

But the situation got quite tense when Cardi B did not turn up for the event.

In their anger, some of them took to social media to express their dissatisfaction with the development and condemned the rapper who is also an actress for her behaviour.

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Cardi B khebab

According to them, Cardi B was eating khebab at the hotel’s poolside while they stood in the basement of the hotel hoping to meet her, a situation which got social media reacteing hilariously.

However after the unfortunate incident, Cardi B who could not hide her joy about how it is worth living in Ghana in an Instagram video which has since gone viral expressed her happiness for coming to the country.

Bestowing praises on Ghana in the video, she also said that Ghana is a country one could come to for his/her honeymoon.

“I came here to make good time, meet good people, and this country is real fucking pretty. This country real here, Ghana is the place you wanna go to for your honeymoon. It’s just mad beautiful”

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Known for hit songs like Bodak Yellow, I Like It and Girls Like You, Cardi B arrived in Ghana ahead of her Livespot X Festival performance slated for the Accra Sports Stadium in the later hours of Sunday, 8th December, 2019.

The concert which had an array of Ghanaian stars billed to perform alongside her on the night was heralded by series of events.



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