CARDI B recently opened up to fans about the reasons she dropped references to Call of Duty, but no collaboration took place.
The world-renowned rapper wore a diamond-encrusted necklace featuring Call of Duty operator Ghost in the video for her latest song, Hot S**t.
The official Call of Duty Twitter account shared images of Cardi B wearing the necklace with the tweet, “Ghost so popping, don’t gotta be Introduction.”
By the time the video came out in July, Cardi B was nowhere to be seen in relation to Call of Duty.
However, it appears that a multi-million dollar collaboration was on the table but fell through due to a court appearance.
On Tuesday, September 28, the superstar tweeted: “My past stupid decisions have resulted in me missing out on money now.
“I had a multi-million dollar Call of Duty deal on the table that I couldn’t take due to legal issues.
“People think twice about these quick decisions! Lesson learned.”
Cardi B appeared in court on September 15, where she pleaded guilty to two counts.
The first was a third degree attack and the second was reckless endangerment.
By pleading guilty, she admitted to paying a friend $5,000 (£4,700) to beat up two sisters who work as bartenders.
The incident happened in 2018 after one of the sisters was allegedly involved with Cardi’s husband, Offset.
As a result of the plea deal, the rapper was sentenced to 15 days of community service and a three-year protective order.
This means that she cannot have any contact with the two women involved.
While publisher Activision Blizzard didn’t cancel the collaboration, Cardi B was reportedly unable to attend the Call of Duty shoot due to her court appearance.
She tweeted: “Couldn’t make it a few weeks ago because of the court.
“I couldn’t do the shoot in time.”
Written by Georgina Young on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.
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