Cardi B Sings Timaya’s Song ‘I Can’t Kill Myself’, Says Ghana-Naija Beef Is Fake [Watch Video]

Cardi B still has a lot to say about Nigeria.

Popular American rapper, Cardi B who was in Nigeria last weekend, can’t seem to get the West African country out of her mind.

Cardi B has proven beyond reasonable doubt that she enjoyed herself really well, during her short stay in Nigeria.

KanyiDaily recalls that barely 24 hours after returning to her home country, in the United States of America, Cardi B revealed that she is missing Nigeria.

Now, she has been spotted on camera singing Timaya‘s “I Can’t Kill Myself” while eating, during an Instagram Live session in the morning of December 11, 2019.

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They have played our Naija songs and used it to wound Cardi B’s ear. WATCH TILL THE END OF THIS VIDEO!!! ?

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Another thing she must have noticed during her visit is the social media war between Ghana and Nigeria, which is no longer news, as people from both countries always fight over politics, entertainment and most importantly, food (especially jollof).

Diring a liv session with her fans, Cardi B stated that she didn’t know the beef was fake and went on to compare it to that of her home country, Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. She said:

“I didn’t know that the beef between Ghana and Nigeria is fake. They are just like Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico – they love each other but they fake beef with each other,” she told her Instagram fans.

She added that she wished she had more time to spend in Ghana and Nigeria because she enjoyed her stay.

“But I like both countries. I wish I had more time to spend in both countries. I had fun everything.”

Watch the video below:

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