- Cardi B took to social media to show her fans the food she was about to eat for dinner
- The rapper received mixed reactions to the video she posted, with many wondering what it is
- Cardi was enjoying a bowl of tripe, but fans all over the world had different names for the dish
Tripe is not exactly everyone's cup of tea but Cardi B loves it. Taking to social media, the WAP hitmaker decided to show off the tripe that she was about to dig into. Cardi was super excited to have a taste of one of her favourite foods.
"Who likes this besides me? I got it from my dad," said Cardi B.
Fans had mixed reactions to Cardi's food. Tripe is not really the first thing that people order when going to a restaurant, especially not Americans.
Cardi B is known to stray away from the norm and this time is no different. The popular rapper let her fans know that she loves tripe. She even spoke highly of the food in the video that she posted and she couldn't wait to sink her teeth into the juicy meat.
Check out some of the reactions below to Cardi B's post about tripe. There were mixed reactions from her fans.
"Woolies shouldn’t see this! We’d probably buy tripe for 1.5 tao."
"These comments? Calling it menudo? When my entire life, I thought it was called mofongo? That’s what I called it."
"Wait, that actually looks really good."
"Girl is this roadkill or something?"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Cardi B gave the ladies relationship advice for Valentine's Day. Rapper Cardi B is known for always starting a bit of controversy, this time the stunner took to social media to give the ladies some relationship advice.
With Valentine's Day coming up soon, Cardi decided to let women know that men deserve gifts too.
"Yes. Men do deserve to get gifts as well for Valentine’s Day but the gift has to be less expensive than the girl's gift," said Cardi B.
The rapper also added that if a man got a woman flowers, she should return the favour by getting him grass.
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Source: Briefly News