Nicki Minaj Makes History As First Female Rapper With ‘Call Of Duty’ Character
Nicki Minaj made history as the first female rapper and the first female celebrity to be transformed into a Call Of Duty character.
Call of Duty: Warzone and Modern Warfare II was made available to purchase as of Thursday (August 24). The Nicki Minaj Operator bundle includes a special loading screen, the “Nicki Whip” vehicle skin, and “The Baddest” and “Super Freaky” weapon blueprints, according to Gamespot.
Nicki also has a couple of lines in the game including: “Trust me, you want this bad bitch on your side” and “You’re dead, bitch!”
The “Super Freaky Girl” rapper not only looks good in her signature pink from head-to-toe she also has two intense moves to get rid of her enemies. Nicki’s character uses her high heels to jump on her opponent. She also has a slamming technique to put enemies to the ground neck first.
Prior to the drop of her operator bundle, Nicki shared with her followers about her Call Of Duty debut.
“Dear Barbz, Today we make history. History books will say that the HARAJUKU #BARBIE was the first female celebrity made into a character on @CallofDuty,” Minaj wrote on Twitter.
She continued: “I am so honored. So HAPPY. It was such a pleasure working with the #COD team. Let’s show TF OUT!!! Love, HB”
Dear Barbz,— Nicki Minaj (@NICKIMINAJ) August 24, 2023
Today we make history.
History books 📚 will say that the HARAJUKU #BARBIE was the first female celebrity made into a character on @CallofDuty. I am so honored. So HAPPY. It was such a pleasure working with the #COD team. Let’s show TF OUT!!!
Nicki previously worked with Activision for 2022’s Modern Warfare II trailer. Nicki is not the only rapper Call Of Duty has featured before. Snoop Dogg was in the game earlier this year. 21 Savage is slated to also be featured on the popular video game soon.
On the music side, Nicki is gearing up to drop her lead single “Last Time I Saw You.” It will be featured on her upcoming highly-anticipated fifth studio album Pink Friday II.
In June, she notified fans that her album would be delayed from its original October release date. “Dear Barbz, I’ve been trying to find the right time to tell you this for a few days. Due to some really exciting news that I’ll share with you guys @ a later time, I’ve shifted the album date just a tad bit,” she wrote on Twitter. “Trust me, it’ll be WELL WORTH THE WAIT…but since I AM shifting the date just a tad, I’d like to give you guys a tiny SIP of some more album tea so that I don’t have to get cussed out so…here it goes: MY NEW ALBUM WILL BE RELEASED ON 11.17.23.”
Take a look at the preview of her character in action below: