Cardi B Bought Huge Bags Of Supplies For A Nigerian Orphanage During Her First Visit To Africa

Cardi B is in the middle of her first visit to Africa and although she’s been having a lot of fun, she also took some time out to help some people in need. Cardi posted a series of images from her visit to The Lion’s Village orphanage in the Nigerian city of Lagos, where she dropped off huge bags of supplies from a local market yesterday, December 7. Later, she took the stage at Livespot X Festival before heading off to her next stop in Ghana, according to The Guardian Nigeria.

“Gotta thank the ladies and the gentlemen that nurtured these kids that need just a little bit of more love and protection and gear them up for a better place, destiny, and future,” she wrote in the caption. “People like YALL MATTER!” Cardi has long been outspoken about the conditions of less-fortunate people in the US, helping Bernie Sanders’ Presidential campaign with a sitdown video explaining his minimum wage policy, and tweeting in favor of social safety nets which give lower-class citizens opportunities they wouldn’t have otherwise.

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Cardi also hit a strip club in Lagos the night before, sharing her wealth with some of the employees who share her former vocation, according to TMZ. Recently, the Bronx rapper appeared on Fat Joe and Dre’s new album, Family Ties, on their hit single “Yes,” and shared a freestyle video to hold fans over until she releases her sophomore album.

Cardi B is a Warner Music artist. Uproxx is an independent subsidiary of Warner Music Group.

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