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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.

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Rapper Quavo Has An Outrageous Chain Of Himself As A Chef Holding The Rat From Ratatouille

Migos are one of the hottest acts in hip-hop right now and member Quavo in particular is always cooking up hot verses. Because of that, his new chain makes a lot of sense.

Quavo has a diamond chain of himself rocking a chef’s hat, wearing a gold chain, and holding the rat from Ratatouille.

If you’re wondering why he’s holding the Disney character in his hand, he has a line in Migos’ hit song, where he says, “Still be playin’ with pots and pans, call me Quavo Ratatouille.”

Yes, we know the rat’s name in the movie is not Ratatouille, and yes, we know the movie is named after the dish, but it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know what Quavo was trying to accomplish in that verse.

The chain was custom made by Avianne & Co. Jewelers, who make jewelry for several rappers, from 21 Savage to P. Diddy. According to Hypebeast, the chain cost $250,000 and was designed by artist Bernard Rollins.

It’s nice when rappers incorporate food into their lyrics. From mentions of Ratatouille to cookies to crockpots, it’s nice that Migos are inspiring a new generation to be more inclined to cook.