Cardi B doesn't want to wait and see what may happen in the United States after Trump issued an airstrike against Iran last week. Instead, the rapper plans to escape to Nigeria.

She made her intentions clear last week as the internet buzzed with memes and jokes about the possibility of getting drafted for WWIII. 

"Naaaaa these memes are f**kin ???????? ????,  but s**t ain't no joke! Specially being from New York," Cardi B tweeted. "It's sad this man is putting Americans live in danger. Dumbest move Trump did till date … I'm filing for my Nigerian citizenship."

In a follow-up tweet, the 27-year-old added she was picking "her tribe."

According to Legit, the American star took suggestions from social media on what tribe she should choose, then posted a photoshopped image of herself looking like a Yoruba bride. 

The Nigerian government took notice of the star's tweet and gave a warm response. 

"As one in charge of the Diaspora for Ngr, We can't wait to receive you again," tweeted Nigerian government official Abike Dabiri-Erewa. "Our doors are open, sister. And you need to [take] a walk through the Door of Return in Badagry. It's an indescribable experience." 

Bashir Ahmad, personal assistant to Nigeria’s president Muhammadu Buhari, also saw Cardi’s tweet and made a joke about Nigeria being a better country than Ghana.

Popular Nigerian musician Naira Marley also expressed his support for Cardi to become a citizen.

"Send me your full name and date of birth," he tweeted.

In addition to getting some help in choosing her tribe, Cardi B also asked her fans to convince her husband Offset to move to Nigeria. However, it's not clear if the Migos rapper has been convinced just yet.

The Grammy-winning artist also need some help in picking her Nigerian name.

"Let’s settle this ones and for all CHIOMA B Or Cadijat," she tweeted.

According to Revolt, Cardi was in Nigeria on December 7 to perform at the Livespot X Festival. The rapper visited an orphanage while she was in the country and donated basic necessities such as diapers, bottled water and feminine products. 

"Gotta thank the ladies and the gentlemen that nurtured these kids that need just a little bit of more love and protection and gear them up for a better place ,destiny and future," the star wrote on Instagram after visiting the orphanage. "People like YALL MATTER !"

Rapper Meek Mill also said in a tweet this week that he would like to move to Africa, but it's not clear if he has the same reasons as Cardi B.

"I’m up thinking about some new dreams," he tweeted. "I made my mind up I'm copping a mansion in Africa when I run it up!!!"

According to the Washington Post, several American celebrities have been visiting Africa in recent weeks. Steve Harvey, T.I. and Conan O’Brien were in Ghana last month enjoying the hospitality and changing the perception about the negative stereotypes of Africa, The Post reported.

Cardi B spoke about her impression of Ghana after playing in her first show in the country.

“They don’t know it’s lit,” she said, talking about Americans. “They don’t know it’s beautiful. They don’t know the food is delicious.”