- Rapper Cardi B shared a video of vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris doing a happy dance on her Instagram account
- Cardi said under the video that she hasn't been fussing because she knows that Kamala Harris and Joe Biden are going to win
- Joe Biden is currently in the lead in terms of electoral votes in the election with 264 votes, ahead of Donald Trump's 214
With US presidential candidate Joe Biden edging closer to being elected president, sensational rapper Cardi B shared an adorable video on her Instagram account. The video showed democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris doing a happy dance to one of Cardi's jams.
The song playing in the background is Cardi's song titled I Like It and Kamala Harris is dancing excitedly to the song looking oh so cute.
Cardi B captioned the video:
"I haven’t been fussing cause I know deep down we finna win."
Cardi B has openly supported and endorsed Joe Biden in the media and is quite obviously thrilled as the democrat is edging closer and closer to a presidential win. Biden currently has 264 electoral votes ahead of Donald Trump's 214.
270 electoral votes are needed for Biden to secure the presidency. The votes are still being counted and anxiety is through the roof for some, but Cardi is confident that Biden and Harris are going to bring it home.
If Biden wins, Harris will be his vice president, which would make her the first black woman to be elected vice president in the US.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Trump slammed Twitter for blocking his fraud claims, saying it's out of control. It seems that the United States (US) presidential election has further widened the rift between President Donald Trump and Twitter and he is livid over what he thinks was unfair 'censoring' of his statements.
President Trump on Friday, November 6 reacted to the site's restricting and flagging of his allegations on the election fraud that he claims is being carried out by some politicians in the US. On his personal and very active Twitter page, the US leader claimed that the 'bird app' is presently going beyond its limits as a social media platform.
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