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Cardi B Loses Call Of Duty Collab Due To Her Past "Stupid Decisions"

Cardi B Loses Call Of Duty Collab Due To Her Past "Stupid Decisions"

Back in July, Cardi B was spotted sporting a Ghost necklace but Activision have since pulled a deal with the rapper.

We’re on the final run up to the release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II and the marketing campaign is well underway. Last weekend saw the beta period draw to a close and all eyes are now on the campaign early access. One person that should be drumming up some CoD hype is Cardi B which may sound a bit random, but back in July, the musician teamed up with Activision. Since then though, the partnership has faded into silence and we now know why.

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You may recall that Cardi B wore a Simon ‘Ghost’ Riley necklace in her ‘Hot S**t’ music video, signalling the start of her team-up with Activision. The reason that you haven’t spotted Cardi B promoting Call of Duty since is that the musician has reportedly lost her collaboration deal due to past “stupid decisions”.

Taking to Twitter, Cardi B wrote, “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.” A fan asked, “That explains the necklace in ‘Hot S**t’?” to which Cardi replied, “Yeup.”

As reported by Comic Book, Cardi B pled guilty to assault charges earlier this month. These were relating to a fight that broke out at a New York strip club in 2018. To avoid prison time, Cardi B accepted a plea deal and will serve 15 days of community service and pay court fees to the other women involved.

Featured Image Credit: Activision, Atlantic Records

Topics: Call Of Duty, Call Of Duty Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II, Activision