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Lil Yachty Pulls Up To a McDonald’s To Show Appreciation To the Restaurant Crew

@lilyachty #ad Been a minute since I made a McChicken! I know how hard @mcdonalds ♬ original sound – lilyachty

We all love a good dose of wholesomeness on the news feed, so let’s dive right on in to this news of rapper Lil Yachty pulling up to a McDonald’s location in Atlanta to surprise and thank the restaurant crew.

Lil Yachty has a special place in his heart for McDonald’s, as he was once an employee. In the TikTok clip above we see Lil Boat dust off his McChicken making skills, chat with fans, take pictures and ultimately, show his appreciation to the crew for what they do and how they serve their community.

The video is due in part to McDonald’s new partnership with Yachty to kick off a new initiative, called Thank You Crew. It encourages fans to celebrate how crew and managers in their local restaurants are going above and beyond — then giving these outstanding employees their flowers with personal thank-you experiences.

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Lil Yachty Now Has His Own Chips As Red As His Hair

Lil Yachty is the self-proclaimed King of the Teens, plays the piano in ice caves, and now has his face plastered in his own fiery chips.

The Bubblegum Trapper found his way on the latest bag of Rap Snacks, as the Hot Cheese Fries flavor is coming soon.

Rap Snacks usually has portrait-style drawings from illustrator William Moses Floyd, but it looks like they’re going away from that formula this time. The photo of Lil Yachty doesn’t seem to be drawn, and we could be wrong, but this looks like an actual photo of Lil Boat.

Rap Snacks and Lil Yachty teased the collab in early March, posting mockup bags with  Hot Crunchy Curls and Chilli Pepper and Lime Crunchy Curls, but that was just a mockup. While it looks like they’re still sticking with fiery chips, it looks like they decided to go with hot cheese fries instead of crunchy curls.

The popular hip-hop inspired snacks have recently featured the likes of Migos and even New York legend Fabolous, but Lil Yachty now adds a little bit more heat to the roster.