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Here we go again.
Another TDS-infected celebrity is now threatening to leave the USA following Trump’s airstrike that killed Iranian terrorist Qaessem Soleimani.
This time it’s rapper Cardi B, who says she is filing for her Nigerian citizenship amid the now-descalated conflict with Iran.
Nigerian official Abike Dabiri-Erewa tweeted back at Cardi B that they are willing to take her with open arms!
Fox News has more to say:
The 27-year-old “Money” singer took to Twitter shortly after Trump ordered an airstrike that killed Iran's top general, Qassem Soleimani. The killing sparked several memes and concerns on Twitter of a conflict between the two nations, and Cardi weighed in.
“Naaaaa these memes are f---in [emojis] but s--- ain’t no joke ! Specially being from New York,” she wrote.
The star went on to directly criticize Trump for his part in making the U.S. a potential target for Iran following the death of Soleimani.
“Its sad this man is putting Americans live in danger. Dumbest move Trump did till date ...I’m filing for my Nigerian citizenship,” she concluded.
Although it’s hard to tell if the singer is serious about fleeing the U.S. for fear of an attack by Iran, a Nigerian government official responded to the tweet, noting that she is welcome in the country.
People also said:
On Friday, just after Donald Trump ordered an airstrike that killed Iran’s top military official, the rapper, 27, tweeted that the president is “putting Americans live[s] in danger” and said she would apply for Nigerian citizenship.
“Naaaaa these memes are f—in 😅😅😩 but s— ain’t no joke!” she wrote. “Specially being from New York. Its sad this man is putting Americans live[s] in danger [sic]. Dumbest move Trump did till date …I’m filing for my Nigerian citizenship.”
“Picking my tribe,” Cardi, who was born in New York City, added in a follow-up tweet.
Nigerian government official Abike Dabiri-Erewa responded to Cardi’s tweet, saying, “As one in charge of the Diaspora for [Nigeria], we can’t wait to receive you again. Our doors are open, sister.”