Rapper Cardi B has revealed that her $ 5.5 million property in Atlanta flooded after Hurricane Ida hit Georgia.
The “WAP” rapper took to her Instagram Story on Wednesday (September 1) to show her fans that her floors in her home were covered in water, “Storm is no joke,” she wrote to the post, Page six reports.
“This is so bad,” she says before going to her bathroom, which was also flooded with water. Cardi and her husband Offset bought the five-bedroom, 11-bathroom home in the Sandy Springs suburb of Atlanta in 2019.
“Oh, my God, it’s starting to sink,” she said before writing to another post on IG history, “This storm is not a pick.”
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Hurricane Ida landed on Sunday (August 29) in Louisiana as a Category 4 hurricane with 145 mph winds. In addition, over 1 million people lost power. However, it was eventually downgraded to a tropical storm, according to the National Hurricane Center.
The aftermath of the storm has continued to affect the surrounding areas and eventually made its way to New York City and parts of New Jersey on September 1, forcing NYC to go into a state of emergency due to flooding, New York Post writes.
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