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American Rapper Cardi B Seeks Help in Choosing New Nigerian Name

Following Cardi B’s intention to not only move to Nigeria but also take on a Nigerian name, social media has been buzzing with numerous reactions as many people are pleased with the rapper’s love for Nigeria.

Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how the Dominican-born American rap star, left social media agog with reactions after she took to the Twitter platform to ask which Nigerian name she should take on.

File photo- Singer Cardi B attends the Chanel Ready To Wear Spring-Summer 2020 collection during fashion week in Paris, Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019.© Vianney Le Caer/Invision/AP File photo- Singer Cardi B attends the Chanel Ready To Wear Spring-Summer 2020 collection during fashion week in Paris, Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019.Well, social media users haven’t stopped talking about it and while some chose the name ‘Cardijah’, majority chose ‘Chioma B’ as the name best suited for her.

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Cardi B appears to taking her quest to become a citizen of Nigeria pretty seriously, and as it appears, she wants to take her family also.

Shortly after sharing a post on micro blogging platform, Twitter, about her plans to get a Nigerian citizenship, the Bodak Yellow crooner returned with a different tweet in which she asked Nigerians to convince her husband and fellow rapper, Offset to move with her.

The rapper also reacted to a manipulated image of her adorable daughter, Kulture. The image shows the little girl donned in a traditional Yoruba outfit that featured a headgear, wrapper and local accessories.

The Twitter user who posted the image had asked Cardi about the Nigerian name that will be given to her daughter. Reacting, the Money crooner simply noted that the image is ‘so cute’.

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