Cardi B isn’t really scared to request exactly what’s hers. The 25-year-old rapper published on Instagram Tuesday, Jan. 2 a curious box of Fortunate Charms Frosted Flakes. Inning accordance with her caption, Cardi thinks the folks at Kellogg’s captured wind of her “Bodak Yellow” lyric and used it as inspiration for the breakfast reward.
“Kellogg’s ain’t low,” she composed. “They Hurd [sic] ‘BODAK YELLOW’ and was like ROLLIE GOT CHARMS APPEARANCE LIKE FROSTED FLAKES?!!! I believe we have something right here!!! I want 2 percent of sales”The lyric in concern goes,”I go to dinner and steak, only the real can relate/I utilized to live
in the P’s, now it’s a crib with a gate/Rollie got appeals, look like Frosted Flakes.” Kellogg’s ain’t low They Hurd BODAK YELLOW and resembled ROLLIE GOT CHARMS APPEARANCE LIKE FROSTED FLAKES?!!! I believe we have something right here !!! i want 2%of sales A post shared by Cardi B Authorities IG (@iamcardib )on Jan 1, 2018 at 10:29 pm PST The cereal is a mash-up of the General Mills cereal with the leprechaun mascot and GM’s take on the Kellogg’s brand fronted by Tony the Tiger.Since Frosted Flakes hasn’t been trademarked, General Mills is
cereal while utilizing the name, according to Thrillist. More Cardi B News While numerous Cardi fans are excited about the reward’s existence … … others supported her ask for royalties– jokingly or otherwise.
Offered her emoji usage, Cardi likely isn’t serious. And news of the mash up has been out since at least in 2015. A food brand name utilizing a pop culture referral for its own gain isn’t really new.In 2014, Denny’s tweeted the phrase, “Reporter Smoothly Continues Live Shot After College Football Fan Disrupts