Cardi B 'cries' eating cereal in isolation, wanted to be in restaurant

Cardi B 'cries' eating cereal in isolation, wanted to be in restaurant

- Cardi B said she could not understand why the world is going through such a hard time

- The 27-year-old singer also mock cried as she munched on her cereals saying she should have been in a restaurant eating sushi

- The award-winning rapper has been keeping her fans entertained during this period of self-isolation through her videos

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Cardi B has been keeping her fans entertained during this period of self-isolation on her social media pages.

The singer recently recorded a video mock crying saying how she should be in a restaurant enjoying a good meal.

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In the video, the rapper mock cried as she munched on her cereals saying she did not understand why she was not in a restaurant having sushi.

"Like I shouldn't be eating cereal. Like I should be in a restaurant eating sushi. Like, why are we going through this? I don't understand it," she said.

The 27-year-old new video comes days after she slammed celebrities and the US government including Donald Trump on how they were responding to the pandemic which has affected the world.

US award-winning female rapper Cardi B recently recognised a Kenyan dance crew jamming to her song, which was fused from her coronavirus message.

The rapper accredited a Kenyan based dance crew known to create dance videos for massive hit songs.

Cardi B came across the video of the crew dancing to the song which was from a video of the singer expressing her coronavirus fears remixed into a song.

She announced that she would ask the song to be added on music streaming site Spotify, so she can get royalties from it, seeing that it had gone viral.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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