The Bay area rapper joins the ranks of Travis Scott, BTS and J. Balvin, who have also created their own meal.

License Global

August 7, 2021

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Bay area Rapper, Saweetie now has a McDonald’s meal. The Saweetie meal consists of a Big Mac, 4-piece Chicken McNuggets, medium Fries, medium Sprite and finally, “Saweetie ‘n’ Sour Sauce.”

“McDonald’s and I run deep – from growing up back in Hayward, Calif., all through my college days – so I had to bring my icy gang in on my all-time favorites,” says Saweetie. “Depending on the mood I'm in, there are so many ways to enjoy my order. I like to keep things fresh – I know that’s right.”

The rapper encourages customers to think outside the box, by using fries in lieu of a hamburger bun, or nuggets instead of hamburger patties.

“We’re thrilled to team up with Saweetie, a true brand fan who puts her own spin on everything she touches across music, fashion, beauty and culture,” says Morgan Flatley, chief marketing and digital customer experience officer, McDonald’s USA. “And now she’s brought that spark and creativity to her signature McDonald’s order by celebrating her love for our food and passion for mixing things up.”

The ‘Saweetie Meal’ will be available at participating McDonald’s nationwide starting on Aug. 9.

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