LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 05: Offset and Cardi B attend the 65th GRAMMY Awards on February 05, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.

Cardi B and Offset are sharing their love of food with a Valentine’s Day-themed McDonald’s meal. They will promote it in a commercial that is set to air Sunday during the Super Bowl LVII.

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.

As for the commercial, the hip-hop couple was seen shooting the spot back in January, per gossip site TMZ. Sources told the tabloid that their children Kulture and Wave will not be in the commercial and that it will only feature the couple.

This is Cardi’s second time being featured in a Super Bowl ad. A few years ago, the “WAP” rapper did one for Pepsi; now she and her hubby will be working with another large corporation.

Cardi B and Offset aren’t the only hip-hop faces you will see in Super Bowl ads this year. Jack Harlow and Missy Eliott will be promoting Doritos in a new spot.

Missy shared a video of her and Jack as he walks off from a studio session. “Hey, Jack let’s go back to the studio man.”

Jack responds, “I gotta do me, Missy.”

A man walking behind Missy answers Jack saying, “Jack please listen to Missy Elliott.” He’s cut off by the “Work It” rapper, “Who the hell are you?”

This is the second teaser Missy has shared for the commercial.

The “Lose Control” rapper shared a preview on social media Wednesday (Jan. 25) of her upcoming Super Bowl LVII ad. Missy takes a call from Harlow and agrees to work together, but with a twist.

“Collab? You know I’ve been waiting to collab!” Missy says to Harlow in the brief video. “A love triangle? I don’t know about that.”

Take a look at Missy and Jack’s teaser here.

Rihanna: 10 Songs She Should Perform At The Super Bowl Halftime Show

  • "Diamonds" (2012)

    “Diamonds” is one of RiRi’s signature songs so it would be a total bummer if she were to not perform this one. The track is from Rihanna’s 2012 album Unapologetic.

  • "Umbrella" ft. Jay-Z (2007)

    Jay-Z is already reportedly helping RiRi for the Super Bowl so it would be such a treat for Hov to grab the mic and perform this song with her.  “Umbrella” is also one of Rihanna’s most notable songs in her discography. The track is from her 2007 album Good Girl Gone Bad.

  • "Needed Me" (2016)

    “Needed Me” is found on Rihanna’s last full-length project Anti which was released in 2016. She also used a snippet of this song for her first teaser for the Super Bowl so it would be a shame if it weren’t performed on the big stage.

  • "Work" ft. Drake (2016)

    You can’t mention the summer of 2016 without this Rihanna track. Not only would it be dope to see RiRi pull Drake on stage to perform this but we can’t help but be greedy and also ask for them to consider their other hit “What’s My Name?” that was released the same year.

  • Only Girl (In The World) (2010)

    No matter where this song is played you are bound to be out of your seat belting the lyrics (or at least turning up the volume loud enough to drown out some poorly sung notes). “Only Girl (In The World)” is definitely one of the songs for RiRi to consider to get that effect from her fans.

  • "Don't Stop The Music" (2007)

    “Don’t Stop The Music” is another party anthem that is bound to have everyone out of their seats at Halftime. It was released in 2007 and is found on her Good Girl Gone Bad album.

  • "Bitch Better Have My Money" (2015)

    Leaving “Bitch Better Have My Money” out of RiRi’s Super Bowl line-up would be a crime seeing how it is the perfect song to get everyone fired up (and call out that friend that still owes you for the pizza and wings you bought for the Super Bowl party).

  • "Rude Boy" (2009)

    “Rude Boy” was released in 2009 and is found on Rihanna’s fourth studio album Rated R. Similar to “Bitch Better Have My Money,” and other songs found on the list, “Rude Boy” is sure to ignite the fire in the Rihanna Navy.

  • "Pour It Up" (2012)

    Whether your favorite team wins the Super Bowl or not, you’ll be sure to “Pour It Up” if this song is selected by RiRi at Halftime.

  • "Pon de Replay" (2005)

    Last but certainly not least, the song that made everyone fall in love with the girl from Barbados. “Pon de Replay” was Rihanna’s breakout hit so we expect her to show some love to the fans who have been with her since day one.

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