- In a video clip on social media, a young boy from the United States, confidently believes rap star Cardi B is from South Africa
- The boy, named Jadon, is seen expressing that the United States singer Cardi B is from the African continent, South Africa to be specific, and left many laughing
- As many followers expressed their views on the Tik Tok video, some took note of the boy, Jadon’s so-called smart response, saying Cardi B is from South Africa
In a hilarious video post going viral on social media shared to The Shade Room, a young boy, Jadon, seems convinced that rap star Cardi B is from South Africa.
This week’s latest video on Instagram shows United States Tik Tok user La'Ron Hines asking a number of children a few questions on general issues However, one young boy who says he’s been to Mzansi, says he is 100% confident that the rap star hails from the Southern part of Africa.
Jadon says he is smart and didn’t hesitate to give an answer on the origin of the American rap singer.
It is also reported that Cardi B also loves the little ones as she has shown to her two-year-old kid, Kulture.
Even though she is yet to give her reaction to Jadon’s response, a recent video clip of the singer went viral as she was dancing to her song, WAP, the little daughter made her entry into the room.
Kulture forced the mother to switch off the sound and that depicts endless love for kids on the part of a singer but that has drawn criticism as to how can she establish herself as a rapper if she can’t allow her child to dance or listen to her beats and sound.
“Jayden said,” it’s nice.”
“Lmaooo he said South Africa.”
“Their responses are everything.”
@Theonlyman couldn’t hold his emotions:
“When he said “South Africa is nice” with so much pride, I cried a little!.”
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Cardi B's latest single Up has reached number one on the charts and she couldn't be more thrilled.
However, she, unfortunately, has to defend her success while she's at the top and that Cardi B took to Instagram to set the record straight about her music.
A number of haters had accused Cardi B of using Payola radio play to boost streams for music, making it a hit every time.
Cardi says that she doesn't need that and her music does well enough without the extra boost and Cardi finished off her post by saying that she's going to continue addressing the hate through her highly-anticipated next album.
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