#ENDSARS: What’s Going On In Nigeria – Cardi B

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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - MAY 01: Cardi B attends the 2019 Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 01, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)

U.S. female rapper Cardi B has asked to be briefed about the current #ENDSARS demonstrations going on in Nigeria.

The WAP hit-maker started asking questions about the current civil unrest in Nigeria after a Nigerian twitter user called her out.

A fan whose twitter username is identified  Duke of Ibadan pleaded with the singer to use her social media platform to lend her voice, he wrote;

Madam @iamcardib, trump is not your only problem. Your beloved Nigeria is currently in a state of pandemonium.

We are not safe!! If you’ve ever loved this country, please help use your platform to create more awareness for us.

Enough is enough! #EndSarsProtests #EndSARSNow!!

Read Also: Photos And Videos From The Ongoing Endsars Protest Happening In Lagos

Of course Cardi B can choose to ignore the tweet but she didn’t, and that’s goes to prove that the rapper really loved Nigeria.

The singer and mother to an adorable toddler daughter Kulture, in spite of her busy schedule, she takes the time to reply the tweet.


Recall that mother of one came to Nigeria earlier this year sponsored by Pepsi and after then she became fond of Nigeria and ever since then, she has never missed any second to profess her love for Nigeria when the opportunity present itself. Cardi B even went as far as adopting a Nigerian name ‘Chioma’.

The #ENDSARS gained momentum in Nigeria after a  viral video which circulated on social media on Saturday 3rd October showed a lifeless young man who was allegedly killed by members of SARS at the Wetland Hotel in the Ughelli area and after killing him they escaped with his vehicle – a white Lexus Sport Utility Vehicle.

The video sparked outrage across social media with millions of Nigerians condemning the recurring SARS brutality.

Important Point : The Nigerian Government and Police Force must know that no amount of intimidation or harassment can change an idea whose time has come.

The political class must be made aware that an army of young Nigerians are battle ready to challenge the bad leadership in this country and as well as it’s oppressive leaders.

Related: Peter Okoye Commends Falz, Run town And Others For Leading #ENDSARS Protest Promise To Join Them Next Week

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