- Cardi B is coming to Mzansi for the Castle Lite Unlocks 2020 concert
- Chiom (Cardi B) asked peeps to tell her more about SA and some felt warning her of AKA was on the top of the 'need to know' list
- People went all in, telling Cardi B to call her guards if AKA even looks at her
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With her upcoming visit to South Africa, Cardi B has been warned by the Nigerians, against AKA and suggests that she call security when she encounters him.
After Castle Lite Unlocks announced last week that Cardi B would be the headliner for their International Music Concert for 2020, fans were super excited and warned the rapper of things she is to look out for when she arrives.
It is only known by tweeps as to why AKA’s name was brought up so many times. Cardi whose new Nigerian name is Chiaom, simply asked South African fans to tell her more about our beautiful country. This is when she was advised to call bodyguards when she runs into AKA.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the Grammy-award winning rapper has never visited South Africa. The closest she has been was when she cruised through Nigeria. She was so impressed with the food, culture and of course the vibe. After this experience, the star was excited to return for a visit to an African country.
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The exciting concert will take place on the 12 June at the Ticketpro Dome in Johannesburg. General access tickets are going for R690 and Golden Circle tickets for R990. There are limited tickets available so be quick!
People went in hard! Some told Cardi to get her guards to throw him out the concert while others suggested she take him back to the US wither – AKA got shaded hard!
AKA has not made many positive headlines so far in 2020. From ditching DJ Zinhle for the second time to posting random flames on his social media, Supa Mega has dropped a few notches in many people’s books.
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