Grammy-Award winning Jamaican-born reggae artist, Orville “Shaggy” Burrell, will be featured in a Cheetos Super Bowl LV Ad on Feb. 7 alongside actors Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis titled “It Wasn’t Me” based on his 2000 number one hit song. The minute-long ad features Kunis denying stealing her husband’s Cheetos with Shaggy’s encouragement.
“It Wasn't Me” was the first single from Shaggy's multi-platinum studio album Hot Shot (2000) and is his highest charting single of his musical career to date. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Hot Shot last year, Shaggy released another project titled Hot Shot 2020 which featured updated versions of some of his biggest hits, along with a number of never-before-heard tracks.
Shaggy served in the Marine Corps in the 1980s before a career in the music industry. In January 2021, he purchased a 5,800 sq. feet home for $2.15 million in the plush Cocoplum community located in Coral Gables, Florida.