Check Out The Nigerian Beer That Got Cardi B Drunk When She Visited Nigeria At Pablo Cubana Club.
By JosieBoy | self meida writer
Published 6 days ago - 10966 views
If you can remember about 2 years ago, the American rapper identified as Cardi B visited Nigeria where she clubbed with some Nigerian celebrities at Pablo Cubana.
Cardi B is a famous American rapper who came out with the full force to compete with Nicki Minaj and took over from her.
Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar, known professionally as Cardi B, is an American rapper, songwriter, and actress.
Cardi B was Born on the 11th of October 1992, In Manhattan and raised in the Bronx, New York City.
she became an Internet celebrity by achieving popularity on Vine and Instagram.
On that day while the night party was going on at Pablo Cubana club, Cardi B was offered an expensive Champagne but surprisingly she rejected the Champagne and was spotted drinking a bottle of Big Stout (Guinness Black) in the club.
She partied with top names in the Nigerian entertainment scenes like Tiwa Savage, Zlatan Ibile, Darey Art Alade, Cubana Chief Priest, and Pretty Mike.
Cardi B got high to the extent she now attests to the point that Nigerian beer is strong since one bottle of Big Stout could get the Queen of Bronx messed up at Lagos Island.
It's surprises, everyone, that despite the kind of drugs they take in the foreign country yet just a bottle of Stout messed Cardi B up.
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