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What is MC Hammer doing with Activision?


1:34 PM on 12.14.2008
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We have HOT information that nineties music sensation and preacher man MC Hammer is partaking in secret shenanigans with evil videogame publisher Activision.

The word comes from Hammer's Twitter, where he confirmed that he's meeting with Activision after the weekend: "I got one day to recover, then it's LA to Activision to get a glance of a top secret project on Monday...Cannot wait !!!"

Yes, he spelled it top "secrete," so either it's a typo, or Bobby Kotick is producing some sort of liquid that Hammer wishes to sample. I do not want to know what Kotick is secreting, so The Hammer can keep that to himself. 

But seriously, what is this top secret project, and why is Mr. Stanley Kirk Burrell, of all people, involved? Could it be a long-awaited MC Hammer game for the current generation? Perhaps he's providing the soundtrack for the next Call of Duty. It's sure to be MEGATON, whatever it is!

[Thanks, superezekial]






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