A fan named Hadiness had tweeted names for the Cardi B family, christening husband Offset as Olayinka, the daughter as Karimat and Cardi B herself as Khadijat. He went further to dress the couple in adorable Nigerian attires.
Cardi B seemed to like the tweet, as she retweeted to her 8.6million followers.
She now asked fans to do a poll to pick either Chioma B, an Ibo name which she bore when she visited Nigeria early last December or the new muslim name Khadijat, which she now mistakenly spelt as Cadijat.
“Let’s settle this ones (sic) and for all CHIOMA B Or Cadijat,” she tweeted.
The poll is alive and sooner Cardi B will make her choice known.
Cardi B created much excitement in Nigeria last week, when she indicated she may file for Nigerian citizenship. This followed the safety fears expressed by many Americans after Iran threatened to avenge the assassination of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani in an airstrike approved by President Donald Trump.
A Nigerian government official even tweeted she was welcome anytime in Nigeria.
In another tweet, Cardi B asked Nigerians to persuade her husband, Offset to agree to move with her to Nigeria.
Convince him to move with me pic.twitter.com/faeAVMHQBe— iamcardib (@iamcardib) January 6, 2020