- Moonchild Sanelly wants Mzansi tweeps to help her do a song with Cardi B
- Moonshild Sanelly shared that she wants to be the first South African artist to collaborate with the US rapper
- Moonchild asked her fans to retweet and tag her post about how she adores and wants to work with Cardi B
Moonchild Sanelly has pleaded with Mzansi to help her collaborate with rap superstar Cardi B. Moonchild took to Twitter on Thursday, 28 January to ask tweeps to retweet and tag Cardi B until she reads her "love letter".
In her post, the Bashiri hitmaker expressed that she wants to be the first Mzansi artist to collaborate with the Please Me hitmaker. In the "love letter", Moonchild told Cardi that she's amazing even Beyoncé "loves me". The star wrote:
"Guys help me get my love letter to @iamcardib to see this. I wanna be her first South African collab: Dear @iamcardib Girl you're so amazing. I’m so amazing. Beyoncé loves me, you will too... trust. Ask her I promise. It was so good to meet your manager at Coachella 2019."
Moonchild's fans took to her comment section and did exactly what she asked of them. They retweeted her post and tagged Cardi B. Check out some of their reactions below:
"A collab with you and @iamcardib would slap @iamcardib you better notice this tweet."
"May your dream come true. Cardi please hear our sister out."
Actually... a @iamcardib x @Moonsanelly collab is sooo on brand! @iamcardib come on Sis, come through for our girl please."
"Your song would be fire @iamcardib please."
"Now I see this is serious. Come on @iamcardib let's collab."
"@iamcardib I would love a collaboration from you both."
In other entertainment news, Briefly.co.za reported that Moonchild Sanelly has been praised by Vogue India. The publication named the Mzansi artist as one of their nine favourite emerging Black artists their readers need to listen to in 2021.
She's the only South African artist who made it to the list. The publication described the Bashiri hitmaker as "a mainstay of the South African house scene". It said the star's recently released EP titled Nüdes is a cheeky collection of bangers that celebrate everything from bisexuality to "thunda thighs".
"The charismatic rapper earned the Beyoncé stamp of approval when her firecracker feature MY POWER earned a spot on The Lion King: The Gift and she appeared in the accompanying Disney+ feature Black Is King," Vogue India wrote.
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