Saweetie is the latest rapper to release a collaboration with fast-food chain McDonald’s.
After a bit of teasing the collab officially hit locations nationwide on Monday making it the first partnership the chain has ever had with a female artist. Throughout the country, fans will be able to purchase a specific meal, but only for a limited time. The meal includes a Big Mac, four-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium fries, medium Sprite, a “Tangy BBQ sauce” and a renamed Sweet ‘N Sour sauce dubbed “Saweetie ‘N Sour.” Additionally, the new meal comes in a brown paper bag with a flashy graphic declaring it “The Saweetie Meal.”
Saweetie follows Travis Scott and J Balvin who previously dropped meals with McDonald’s. Scott’s meal kept selling out upon its initial release.
Before dropping the menu, last month on the collab Saweetie shared the following statement:
“McDonald’s and I run deep – from growing up back in Hayward, California, all through my college days – so I had to bring my icy gang in on my all-time favorites. Depending on the mood I’m in, there are so many ways to enjoy my order.”
It’s not lost on us that Saweetie has garnered traction for always sharing her strange meal concoctions on social media. Ramen noodles and Hot Cheetos aren’t safe if they’re in the room with the rapper and she has a craving for a meal with those two things.
In her official commercial for the partnership she’s spotted adding BBQ sauce to the top of the bread on a Big Mac (yes, the top). For good measure, she also says, “As long as you’re doing you, you’re doing the Saweetie meal.”
Since we’re always here for laughs we also figured we’d share the best social media responses to “The Saweetie Meal.” Keep scrolling for a look.
Last thing: for those who are too embarrassed to go to McDonald’s in person to grab the meal, you can order it on UberEats and also via McDelivery. Pricing varies with each location. Head here for more details.
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