In the wake of the video of Ja Morants' rifle, NLE Choppa loses the Powerade contract

In the wake of the video of Ja Morants' rifle, NLE Choppa loses the Powerade contract ...

Because of Ja Morant's publicity issues, NLE Choppa, who was all set to present his new song in Powerade, ended up losing the commercial.

Here's all you need to know about it.

A separate commercial for the NCAA Tournament in March Madness was intended.

Choppa's intentions were jeopardized by Ja Morant's famous video where he flashed his revolver in front of the camera. Morant is currently serving an eight-game suspension from the NBA.

Choppa was then removed from the commercial for his new song for all of the above reasons.

Choppa is still a fan of Ja Morant despite missing out on a chance for national exposure. He has a good connection with the Grizzlies in his hometown.

Choppa is reported to be the subject of a celebrity basketball game for the St. Jude's hospital on the 20th of March.

Cottonwood, NLE Choppa's sophomore album, is set to be released in April this year. Additionally, it will serve as the second installment to the series he launched in 2019.

The Memphis rapper has already released video clips of his tracks, including Champions, 23 and his most popular hit Do It Again, which features two Rare.

Choppa continued to release his most recent song, Mo Up Front, on the 10th of March.

raps,'Tell 'em that I know money, used to getting dope money/ Now I'm getting show money, I need some money up front, trafficking a snow bunny/ Running through a bag of, tell em that I know money, I need some money upfront.'

'I've never been debt stacks on deck racks on my neck,' Choppa says.

Choppa is set to release his upcoming song Ain't Gonna Answer next week alongside Lil Wayne.

Back in 2022, Choppa released his final album Me vs. Me, which included 16 tracks with collaborations with artists such as Young Thug and Moneybagg Yo.

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