Cardi and Offset get their own Valentine’s Day themed McDonald’s meal

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Cardi and Offset get their own Valentine’s Day themed McDonald’s meal

Cardi B and Offset have been given their own Valentine’s Day-themed McDonald’s meal, and a new commercial promoting the meal will air during Super Bowl LVII.

Cardi B and Offset were initially spotted filming the TV spot in January, and new information has emerged about what fans can expect the Mickey-D’s meal to contain. According to a poster shared by The Neighborhood Talk, the Cardi B and Offset Meal will include a cheeseburger and Quarter Pounder with cheese with a side of BBQ sauce, a large fries, Apple Pie, and a large Hi-C Orange Lavaburst and a large Coca-Cola.

The Hip Hop couple aren’t the only ones with a Super Bowl spot in the works for next weekend’s big game. Missy Elliott and Jack Harlow previously teased their involvement in a Dorito commercial, and Diddy recently starred as an intimidating music executive in a new Uber commercial that is set to debut at Super Bowl LVII on February 12.

In the latter, which premiered on YouTube, the Bad Boy boss communicates via an equally-as-intimidating henchman, who proceeds to inform the Uber executives in their office that “Diddy don’t do jingles.”

“So, we’re thinking a song could really put Uber One on the map,” the executive says, referring to Uber’s new all-inclusive membership.

“Diddy don’t do jingles,” the henchmen replies.

However, the mogul’s mood visibly changes when the executives begin referring to their sought-after “jingle” as a “hit.”

“Diddy does do hits,” the henchman rebukes. “Diddy is excited.”

“Meet me at the studio,” Diddy finally says, cracking a smile.

The new McDonald’s spot also comes after Cardi B was seen on video yelling backstage at the 2023 Grammy Awards amid reports of a fight between Quavo and Offset.

TMZ reported on Monday (February 6) that the Migos rappers were involved in a physical altercation backstage at the awards show, which was held at Los Angeles’ Arena on Sunday (February 5), and claimed that the pair began fighting after the Recording Academy had asked Offset to join Quavo on stage for his TakeOff tribute. Quavo allegedly “refused to let him take part.”

“Both of y’all wrong! Both of y’all! This is not right!” Cardi can be heard saying in the video. “No bitch, shut the fuck up ’cause you shouldn’t have been talking.”

When a reporter later asked her what transpired backstage, she decided to play it cool.

“I heard you back here settled some stuff,” the reporter asked her, to which she replied: “The only thing I settled was my outfit, honey.”