Chance The Rapper is speaking out about his decision to turn down an offer to star in a McDonald’s Super Bowl ad.

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The rapper discussed the incident while responding to a tweet from designer JoeFreshGoods about J Balvin’s new McDonald’s deal.

Chance detailed how he was supposed to star in a Super Bowl commercial for fast food chain but ultimately turned the offer down because “they played wit the money”.

He continued, “When I said no, they hired a fake me.”

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Fans have speculated that Chance was referring to the 2017 McDonald’s Super Bowl ad in which a rapper rhymes about a Big Mac.

Chance co-starred alongside the Backstreet Boys in a Super Bowl commercial for Doritos in 2019.

ET has reached out to McDonald’s for comment.

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