Finally speaking about the fallout from their dispute during the Call of Duty collaboration, Cardi B attributed it to their “stupid decisions.” In a promotional video for her smash single, “Hot S***,” the rapper hinted to a collaboration with the well-known video game by donning a statement skull necklace and an elaborate hairdo.
In a following tweet, Microsoft’s Activision acknowledged the partnership and included images of Cardi B sporting the themed necklace honoring one of the Call of Duty operator, spirit. Since then, there has been no mention of the supposed transaction, until on Tuesday, September 27, Cardi B tweeted, “My stupid past decision has resulted in me missing out on money now.”
“I had several million dollars call of Duty Deal on the table that I couldn’t take because of the court,” she uncovered. “People think twice about these quick decisions! Lesson learned.”
The “WAP” rapper was given 15 days of community service earlier this month after pleading guilty to two charges of assault. Cardi B, whose real name is Belcalis Almanzar, was engaged in two incidents at Queens’ Angels Strip Club in August 2018.
Two bartenders, according to a prior TMZ article, said the Grammy winner told her crew to attack her with chairs and bottles. The “WAP” rapper also received three years of complete legal protection for the two victims as well as court expenses, according to the Queens Attorney’s Office.