Coronavirus: Cardi B calls for change amid Covid-19 pandemic

Coronavirus: Cardi B calls for change amid Covid-19 pandemic

- American rapper Cardi B has taken to her social media page to call for change in the US

- Cardi B said that the American government is not taking the coronavirus pandemic as seriously as they should

- The rapper told her US followers to demand the change that is needed in their country

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American rapper Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, popularly known as Cardi B, has taken to her social media page to call for change in her country, the United States.

The coronavirus pandemic has seen celebrities over the world trying to keep their fans and followers entertained as they stay locked down in their various communities.

Some celebrities have hosted live video chats where they interact with their fans while others have organised live concerts for their followers.

Cardi B is one of these celebrities keeping her fans entertained during this period of global crisis. But beyond entertaining her fans, the rapper is also educating social media users about the state of things in the United States.

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Recently, she organised an Instagram live chat and she was joined by American senator Bernie Sanders. Cardi B and the senator discussed different topics, including the coronavirus.

While in discussion with the senator, the rapper stated that the American government is not doing right by its citizens and instead of them apologising and doing better, they haven't done anything.

She compared the reaction of the government during the time of ebola and this period of coronavirus. The mother of one said that she feels that America has put trade before its citizens.

The rapper told her followers to join her in calling for the change that is needed in the country. Cardi B told said that she wants to keep them aware of what is happening in America while entertaining them at the same time.

She wrote on Instagram:

"I just want to bring awareness to what’s going on in our country and around the world. I want to make sure all my followers are aware and make a change! We have the power to make a change!"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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