- Cardi B is coming to South Africa and her fans are beside themselves with excitement
- The musician will be in Johannesburg and peeps thought it would be fitting to give her a local name while she's here
- Ideas and suggestions have been made, and only time will tell if Cardi uses any of them
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Cardi B is coming over to Mzansi in June and naturally her fans are looking forward to seeing her live and in action.
While getting excited about seeing their beloved rapper, many peeps also started suggesting names that she could use when in SA.
All of them local, of course.
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Briefly.co za noticed that names such as Buhle, Nomcebo and Khanyisa were dropped in Cardi's comment section.
This comes after Cardi was given the name Chioma by Nigerians when she visited the country.
"First things first, you’re not Chioma out here, you’re Rakgadi B."
"Your South African name is Nomcebo."
"You will be called Khanyisa Baloyi aka Khanyi B. Khanyisa means 'Bring forth light' in Xitsonga."
"As soon as you land we’re giving you a new name, Buhle which means beauty. We can’t wait to see your performances!"
"She's Cardi then the B mean Babalwa. Cardi Babalwa B."
"Here you will not be Chioma! You are KHADI B."
"Mapule will be your stage name."
Cardi B fever is truly swooping through South Africa after news broke that she's coming over.
The rapper will headline the Castle Lite Unlocks event in Johannesburg and fans cannot wait for 12 June.
Cardi asked her Mzansi fans to teach her about the country when she announced that she'd be coming over.
As could be expected, the reaction was wild.
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.
Some even gave the musician a friendly warning; they told her to be wary of local rapper AKA and poet Ntsiki Mazwai. They're bad news, according to some peeps.
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