After appearing in Pepsi's Super Bowl LIII commercial with Steve Carell and Lil Jon, Cardi B is back starring in yet another advertisement for the beverage company. Set to debut nationally on TV Thanksgiving Day, Pepsi presents its new holiday spot, "Gift it Forward: A Cardi Carol."

The Christmas commercial takes viewers back in time to when Cardi B was a young girl growing up in the Bronx. After failing to receive anything from Santa one year, Cardi vowed to one day gift people no matter if they're naughty or nice. She promised to take things one step further by giving them what they really want, cash.

Fast forward to present day and Cardi B has teamed up with Pepsi to gift cash forward this holiday season, as a part of the “Gift it Forward with Pepsi” initiative. Pepsi is giving customers the chance to win cash prizes and instantly gift it to a friend or charity. For more on the campaign, follow here.

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