American female rapper has responded to a video of Kenya's previous president Mwai Kibaki and his late spouse Lucy Kibaki.
The video, dated third March 2009 grabbed the eye of Cardi B over 10 years after the fact.
She imparted the short video to an emoticon inscription. (https://twitter.com/i/status/1445104146642874377)
In the video, President Kibaki had called a public interview to announce that he had just a single spouse, Lucy Kibaki.
This was after various reports that previous Othaya MP Mary Wambui was Kibaki's subsequent spouse.
"I need to make obviously I have just a single dear spouse, Lucy, who is here. Also, I don't have some other, pose any inquiry I will answer," Kibaki said within the sight of Lucy.
Be that as it may, for what reason would Cardi B identify with a particularly old video?
The vocalist has been in a similar circumstance as Lucy Kibaki.
Her better half, Offset has been reputed to have early illicit relationships. The bamboozling outrage opened up to the world in 2019 and 2021.
In the two cases, Cardi B took steps to leave yet remained. With the Kibaki video, the mother of two could be let side chicks know that Offset has just a single spouse, Cardi
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