Cardi B has a blast in Africa: performs two shows, makes it rain naira and gives back in a major way

The chart-topping rapper documented her exciting journey and abundant generosity towards the locals on social media

Cardi B was well received during her recent trip to Africa, where the rapper not only made sure to show out on stage but, also demonstrated her generosity towards the residents everywhere she stopped.

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Cardi B's first trip to Africa was a huge success. (Photo: YouTube)

Cardi B‘s first performance in Africa was one for the books. The rapper not only made sure to show out on stage but, she also showed love everywhere from the strip club to the supermarket, in the cities she visited in Nigeria and Ghana.

On Thursday, the “Bodak Yellow” rapper took to her Instagram to upload a video of her on a jet, dancing to a remixed version of her and Lagos-raised rapper Davido‘s hit track, “Fall.” In the caption, Cardi confirmed that she was headed to motherland:

“1:03am drop my KK in NY on my way to Afrriiiiicaaaaaaaaaa baybeeeee!!!!!!”


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Cardi jetted off to the continent  to perform at both the Livespot X Festival in Lagos, Nigeria on Saturday (December 7)  as well as in Accra, Ghana (December 8). While in Lagos, the Invasion of Privacy artist was said to have put on quite the show, twerking on stage and showing love to all of her fans in the audience.

However, prior to putting on a hit performance, Cardi was sure to hit up a strip club in Nigeria, where she switched roles from being the entertainer, to the one being entertained. While at the club, the former dancer was caught on video making it rain stacks of Naira on countless dancers, and making it rain into the crowd.

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Nights in Nigeria ?? @Fashionnova

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Later, Cardi was spotted practically buying out a grocery store in Nigeria, where she purchased food, baby supplies and feminine hygiene products for the locals. The 27-year-old rapper uploaded a photo to Instagram, expressing her gratitude:

“Gotta thank the ladies and the gentlemen that nurtured these kids that need just a little bit of more love and protection and gear them up for a better place ,destiny and future. People like YALL MATTER !”

So sweet! Nice to see Cardi securing the bag, as well as sharing it with others.