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American successful rapper, Cardi B and renowned Nigerian musician, Davido, has entered into hot beef when Cardi B took to social media to declare Burna Boy the greatest singer in Africa.
Cardi B heaped praise on 'Burna Boy' calling him the greatest musician in Africa.
However, she sound a bit controversial as she used Davido's photo for her post.
Davido perhaps must have thought Cardi B intended to praise him rather just that she got the name wrong. As a result, Davido stormed Cardi's page to correct her.
Cardi B after seeing Davido's post insisted she meant Burna Boy, not him, stressing that she rather took a wrong picture.
This is a slap in the face, right? Now social media users are trolling Davido after owning up to such a big mess.
Who's at fault? Davido or Cardi B? Should Davido have beefed her in the first place? Could Cardi B do that intentionally? Was Cardi B looking for trouble? Let's hear your opinion.
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