- Cardi B has urged fellow citizens to go out and exercise their civic responsibility as the US election comes to a wrap
- The rapper via an Instagram video post noted that she would be hitting the polling station extremely early in the morning
- Cardi B also advised those going out to vote to maintain a low profile and not draw unnecessary attention to themselves
Rap star Cardi B is among several American celebrities who have used their individual social media platforms to call on citizens of the country to exercise their civic responsibility of voting in the next president.
The music star who is also known for her outspoken nature recently shared a video on Instagram urging her fans to make sure they go out and vote on the last day of the US presidential election which falls on Tuesday, November 3.
Cardi in her post noted that she would be hitting the polling station extremely early in the morning because she does not want to get caught up in queues. The WAP crooner advised voters to go along with basic items that will make the process bearable for them.
In addition, Cardi told fans to maintain a low profile while at the polling station and simply stick to minding their businesses.
Sharing the post, she said:
“Tomorrow is the day ! I’m not going to front I’m so nervous of the outcome but I know we can make a change. LETS GO.”
Watch the clip below:
The rapper’s post generated mixed reactions from her followers on the platform. Read what some of them had to say below:
"This giving the old Cardi vibes."
"Thank you @iamcardib for bringing light to the importance of voting."
"Yesss !!! Tell em!!! Who else mailed in their votes early?"
"Voting tomorrow in Washington State for Joe and Kamala!"
Some months ago, it was reported that Cardi B told Democrat candidate Joe Biden that she wants US President Donald Trump out of the White House.
Cardi and Biden spoke in a virtual sit-down organised by popular culture and fashion magazine Elle. Speaking to Biden, Cardi B stressed that she wanted justice for black people and also the provision of free healthcare.
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