13 July 2018

Africa: Funny Captions of Cardi B Childhood Meme As Used By Africans

Photo: Promise .O./Twitter
Mommy said you should cook indomie for me because I don't want to eat eba, tweeted Promise .O. @Misprom.

American rapper Cardi B's childhood picture has become a sensational meme. The picture tagged with the phrase "my momma said" has been adopted by many Africans. The hilarious captions capture the gift Africans possess, to laugh at ourselves.

American rapper Belcalis Marlenis Almanzar, known around the world as Cardi B has always made headlines. It's either she's topping the charts of the US Billboard Hot 100 or her love life is being discussed or her baby shower is trending on the internet. In the past few days, it's been Cardi B's childhood picture that has ignited the internet, becoming the meme of July. In the photo, the young girl is standing with her hand on her hip, her head slightly tilted to one side, while showing a disapproving stare. The picture is tagged with the phrase "my momma said."

From all over the world, the meme went viral. We bring you some of the funniest memes used by Africans on the continent.

Check out some of the funniest memes.

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