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Cardi B apologizes for snub; offers explanation & compensation

She offered an afterparty opportunity at a club after her show for all her fans, excluding the underaged

American female rap icon, Belcalis Marlenis Almánzar aka Cardi B, after trending across Ghanaian social media over the weekend, has come out with an explanation for snubbing several Ghanaian female celebrities.

Many celebrities thronged the Kempinski Hotel in Accra for a much-anticipated meet and greet session with the star who was billed to perform at the Livespot X Festival at the Accra Sports Stadium Sunday night.

The situation got quite tense when Cardi B did not turn up for the event.

But at a meet the press session after most of the celebrities had left the venue, Cardi B said she had no intentions to keep anyone waiting.

According to her, the promoters of the event did not inform her about a scheduled meet and greet with celebrities, adding that it was not in her nature to disrespect others.

She apologized and offered an afterparty opportunity at a club after her Livespot X Festival show for all her fans, excluding the underaged.

In their anger, some of the celebrities took to social media to express their dissatisfaction with the development and condemned the rapper for her behaviour.

According to them, Cardi B was eating khebab at the hotel’s poolside while they stood in the basement of the hotel hoping to meet her.

Social media has reacted hilariously to the development after some celebrities lashed out at the rapper for disrespecting them.

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Emmanuel Ghansah, Ghana Music

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