American singer, Ari Lennox, has made another revelation in relation to her recent visit to Ghana.
The talented singer was already back on social media even though she hinted that she would be off her social media. See the exact tweet here.
On January 10, 2022, she quote replied to a Twitter user who had expressed how shameful it was that Africans trolled Ari Lennox for her harmless posts on social media.
She replied with such bliss. Read what she said here.
Obviously, Ari Lennox has made peace with herself and moved on from all the negativity.
However, she was back on Twitter to share this.
At this point, it would feel as though a part of the American singer is enjoying the overwhelming attention she witnessed. These fans had these to say.
Ari Lennox was in Ghana in December 2021 to perform at the just-ended annual Afrochella event.
Courtney Shanade Salter (born March 26, 1991), known professionally as Ari Lennox, is an American R&B singer from Washington, D.C. She is the first female artist to be signed to J. Cole’s record label, Dreamville Records.
She first began gaining recognition after the release of her first EP Pho (2016) on the label. Her debut studio album Shea Butter Baby followed in 2019.