Migos and Popeyes Want to Deliver Chicken Sandwiches to Your House
The rap group has curated a series of “Migos Meals” only available for a limited time via Uber Eats.
So you want a Popeyes chicken sandwich, huh? Good luck with that, as the hottest fast food item in the history of America is so coveted people have been reduced to brawling hordes just for a taste of that Louisiana Cajun goodness. It’s gotten to the point where some stores have specified “chicken sandwich hours” (see the tweet below).
While Uber is dealing with the fallout of some pretty serious negative reports today, rap group Migos is partnering with the controversial ride share service via Uber Eats to make sure you get your Popeyes no matter what.
How the sandwich on a different shift from the rest of the store? ???Popeyes sammich gotta leave at 3 to go pick up his kids. pic.twitter.com/RveHiac0fb
— Roy Wood Jr- Ex Jedi (@roywoodjr) December 5, 2019
Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff have each assembled individual meal combos based on their own personal orders. There’s also a fourth combo that reflects the food on Migos’ tour rider. It’s called, appropriately enough, the Tour Rider. See the Migos Menu below.
• Tour Rider, price starting at $46.99: twenty tenders, seven sauces, one large mashed potatoes with gravy, two large fries, five biscuits, one gallon of lemonade.
• The Offset, $21.99: eight pieces BIC (bone-in-chicken) chicken meal, one large fries, one large mashed potato with gravy, four biscuits.
• The Quavo, price starting at $17.99: two chicken sandwiches, two regular fries, one regular mashed potatoes with gravy, two apple pies, two small drinks.
• The Takeoff, $9.99: five tenders, two sauces, one regular mashed potatoes, two biscuits, one apple pie.
It would seem safe to say that The Quavo will be the big-seller, as it comes with two of the legendary chicken sandwiches. The only catch on the deal is that it’s a limited time offer which kicks off tomorrow—December 6—and runs through January 2. Good luck.