Cardi B reveals plan to be a politician, says she really loves government

Cardi B reveals plan to be a politician, says she really loves government

- Multiple award-winning rapper Cardi B says she wants to be a politician, adding that she really loves government

- The American rapper made the disclosure on her official Twitter page on Sunday, January 12

- Cardi B's fans have reacted to the rapper's political aspiration

- The American was recently in Nigeria to perform, and since she left the African country, she has been missing the latter

- Cardi B is married to fellow rapper Offset, with whom she has a named Kulture

American rapper Cardi B has said she wants to be a politician, saying she really loves government even though she does not agree with the government.

Legit.ng gathers that the multiple award-winning rapper and mother of one made the disclosure on Twitter on Sunday, January 12.

She tweeted: "I think I want to be a politician. I really love government even tho I don’t agree with Government (sic)."

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In a follow-up tweet, the 27-year-old rapper noted that no matter how many weapons a country has, it still needs people.

As expected, Cardi B's fans flooded her comment section to react to her political aspiration.

Below are some of the reactions:

Recall that Cardi B recently announced that she would be filing for her Nigerian citizenship when United States president Donald Trump ordered an airstrike that killed an Iranian commander, Qasem Soleiman in Iraq.

Cardi B said the president was jeopardising the lives of American citizens with the crisis between the United States and Iran.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that American rapper Cardi B was taking her quest to become a citizen of Nigeria seriously.

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Shortly after sharing a post on the microblogging platform, Twitter, about her plans to get a Nigerian citizenship, the Bodak Yellow crooner returned with a different tweet in which she noted that she was trying to pick a tribe to identify with in the country.

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