Skip to comments.McDonald’s Employee Fired For Placing His Mixtapes In Children's Happy Meals
Posted on 03/25/2018 7:14:00 PM PDT by Ciaphas Cain
CHICAGO A Chicago teenager named Tyshaun Granger was reportedly fired from his job at McDonalds for allegedly placing his mixtape in childrens Happy Meals, rather than the usual toy. Tyshaun apparently included his rap mixtape in the happy meals within a paper disc holder. On the mixtapes was printed the title of the project; Tales Of A Real N*gga was printed on the discs with a sharpie marker.
I bought my son a happy meal and inside came a mysterious cd says Sarah Platt, I, like any other parent, would assume the cd was for children. I played the cd in my car for my son while we drove home and lord Jesus have mercy on Tyshaun, the mixtape was dreadful. Not only was it completely inappropriate, but it was also the weakest set of bars Ive ever heard finished Platt.
It is believed that Tyshaun has been sneaking his mixtape in happy meals for about 2 weeks already, and can be up to 300 meals. Tyshuan defended his actions by saying his mixtape was so hot, it would keep the happy meal warm for hours.
(Excerpt) Read more at huzlers.com ...
Well, at least it wasn’t his DNA.
Please tell me this is satire. (I'm not going to click the link.)
A marketing genius. Or not.
It is believed that Tyshaun has been sneaking his mixtape in happy meals for about 2 weeks already, and can be up to 300 meals. Tyshuan defended his actions by saying his mixtape was so hot, it would keep the happy meal warm for hours
Might be a marketing opportunity for McDs. Happy Meal, Yo!
And she supposedly thought MickyDs would put THAT in a HM?
They forgot to tell us where Tyshoon’s McDonalds is located, because the way they check prospective employees, that franchise will be permanently gone real soon...
Yes, this is satire. It’s what they do on that Huzler.
That name Huzler may be a play on the term “Hustler”.
Another ‘story’ says President Trump will make schools safer by outlawing schools.
Thank you for that explanation. I thought that part about the “weakest set of bars” was a little too clever for an irate customer. But very funny!
It could have been drugs I guess. “Hey - it’s a ‘Happy’ Meal - right!?”
Apparently Daniel Johnston did that with his mixtapes and home recordings when he was working at McDonald’s.
Oscar nominated documentary (trailer)
The Devil and Daniel Johnston
Daniel Johnston-McDonalds Mad Genius
DANIEL JOHNSTON - Hi, How Are You (1983) (Full Album)
Hi, How Are You: The Unfinished Album is the sixth self-released music cassette album by singer-songwriter Daniel Johnston, recorded in September 1983. It is arguably his most popular album. Johnston claims he was in the midst of a nervous breakdown while recording it, and calls this his “unfinished album.”
The album is one of the most sonically varied of Johnston’s early output. While earlier records found him focusing on piano or chord organ songs almost exclusively, this album blends both approaches along with experiments in tape and noise collage, and some tentative guitar playing. Two songs feature Johnston singing along with an instrumental LP by Johnny Dankworth.
This was the first Daniel Johnston album to be given a widely distributed release, as a vinyl LP, on Homestead Records, in 1988.
The cover of the album was also popularized by a shirt worn by Nirvana lead singer and guitarist Kurt Cobain.
Truth is stranger than fiction.
35 years ago a McDonald’s employee was doing this in Texas.
I think we need to make schools safe by outlawing liberals. /s
“Another story says President Trump will make schools safer by outlawing schools”
Brilliant! A true stroke of genuis.
99% of time one man’s mixtape is everybody else’s boredom...
This sounds and looks like a Dave Chapelle skit. I bet he would do this very funny.
Dontcha know! /s
I said Son, where did you learn to speak like that?
*Mickey D Happy Meal.
At first I thought that's what "mixtape" probably meant.
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