Cardi B known for her popular Twitter engagements, on Tuesday evening the Bronx rapper explained why her Call Of Duty multi-million dollar deal fell through.
Linking video games and hip hop music has always been a successful marriage. Over the years many top games such as Fortnite have linked with top stars to cross promote their product and to generate incredible large amounts of revenue. Ozuna, one of Latin America’s top singers and rappers, released a song in 2021 in collaboration with Call Of Duty. Cardi B, hailing from the Dominican Republic, was also looking to cement her legacy into the gaming world.
Unfortunately for Cardi, her “multi-million” dollar deal never happened. According to the rapper as she tweeted to her 21.4 million followers, it was a hard “lesson learned.”
“My stupid decisions from the past caused me to miss out on money now. I had a multi-million dollar Call of Duty deal on the table that I couldn’t take because of court. Guys think twice about those quick decisions! Lesson learned,” Cardi tweeted on Tuesday night (September 27).
Cardi B recently finished her court case which stemmed from a 2018 fight in a Queens strip club. During the incident the bartender and another employee were injured. It had been long rumored that Tekashi 69‘s girlfriend Jade was one of the employees hurt in the incident, along with her sister, Baddie G. Cardi plead guilty and was sentenced to complete 15 days of community service. (View: Cardi B Sentenced For Incident With Tekashi 69’s GF Jade)
Cardi B went on to explain further as to why her deal with Call OF Duty did not happen. After a Twitter user stated they need Call Of Duty to renegotiate the deal with the Bronx rapper, Cardi replied back with, “I couldn’t make it cause of court couple weeks ago …I wasn’t able to do the shoot on time.”
No official statement has been released by reps from the popular Call Of Duty game on whether or not Cardi B will be featured in the near future.