- Popular American rapper, Cardi B recently branched out of her usual routine
- The Bodak Yellow hitmaker in a viral video on social media was spotted rocking an African headgear and wrapper tied around her waist
- Cardi donned this attire as she learned to do an African dance alongside professionals
Popular American rapper, Cardi B, recently reinforced her love for Africa after she tried to learn an important part of the culture, dance.
Cardi B has no doubt been very open about her love for Africa and has even been known to take on traditional names her Nigerian fans blessed her with.
In a new video making the rounds on social media, the Bodak Yellow hitmaker was seen learning to do an African dance.
To get into the theme of the class, the American rapper tied a wrapper made in African print as well as tied a matching headgear.
Cardi paid attention to her professional teacher as she learned to wine her waist like a typical African woman.
See the impressive video below:
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that Cardi B rocked an outfit by South African designer Gert Johan Coetzee. Cardi B recently wore an outfit designed by local fashion guru and designer Gert-Johan Coetzee to celebrate her hubby Offset's birthday.
The South African designer posted the news to his Instagram and added photos of the world-famous rapper wearing his designs. The beaded outfit consisted of a long skirt and corset in shades of brown that Cardi paired with brown heels and hair past her waist.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that an African lady recreated Cardi B's photo and people can't tell them apart. A lady with the Twitter handle @iamfisayo_ has stylishly recreated popular Cardi B's photo as a way to celebrate her birthday.
Many people on Twitter could not separate the celebrity from the recreation which goes to show how well she nailed the pose with the same costume. However, in place of a yellow wig, the Nigerian lady wore a brown one. The recreation was really perfect.
The lady said she wants the Bodak Yellow crooner to see it as she asked people to keep tagging the American rapper till she notices the recreation.
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