Mzansi fans react to Cardi B saying "Teach me about your country"

Mzansi fans react to Cardi B saying "Teach me about your country"

- Cardi B's fans can't wait for June when she'll be in South Africa

- Meanwhile, she's asked to be taught about the country she will be visiting

- South Africans flooded the rapper with helpful advice and silly information

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Popular and greatly admired American rapper, Cardi B, is coming to South Africa and she sounds almost as excited as her SA fans.

The muso asked Mzansi tweeps to teach her more about the country that she will be visiting.

South Africans wanted to be helpful and flooded Cardi with information and advice.

From warnings about the load-shedding issue to how to best enjoy amasi, peeps wanted to share everything they could.

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Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Cardi B fans are losing their minds because their fave is coming to Mzansi.

The rapper will headline the highly-anticipated Castle Lite Unlocks experience that will be taking place in Johannesburg.

Come 12 June, Cardi will take to the stage and her fans will swoon as they watch her live in action.

Here's what a couple of fans had to say in response to Cardi asking to learn about SA:

@kamogelom_

"We DEVOUR chicken feet. The shadier the person making them, the better!"

@tumisole

"There’s something called Sunday Twitter & it’s a movement. Also, ‘Dumelang’ is a greeting."

@lungam19

"We eat ground pap and sour milk."

@Boitumelo_MB

"Our national anthem is Sister Bethina."

@maingirlK

"Most of the time there is no electricity."

@Rinae_Singo

"First things first, that Chioma B name has to go we don't recognise it."

@Nomah_sibiya

"Make sure you try amasi but I must warn you, it's illegal here to eat amasi with sugar."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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