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Usher shares his Slutty Vegan fandom with his followers

The star indulged in a “Ménage à Trois” burger at the new Atlanta brick-and-mortar this week

R&B legend Usher was spotted getting “sluttified” at Atlanta’s favorite vegan food truck-turned-brick-and-mortar, The Slutty Vegan, this week. 

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According to vegan magazine VegNews, the artist, who has called metro Atlanta home for decades, indulged in a “Ménage à Trois—a burger stuffed with an Impossible Foods patty, vegan bacon, and fish-free shrimp” and posted a video of the tasty experience on Instagram.

The Slutty Vegan is a dining concept introduced by Clark Atlanta University alum Pinky Cole whose restaurant Instagram account has amassed nearly 170,000 followers. In January, Cole opened the food truck’s first brick-and-mortar location at 1542 Ralph David Abernathy Blvd., which stars Tyler Perry, Snoop Dog and Lena Waithe have already visited.

Visual artist Melissa Mitchell, whose “vibrant, inventive murals” you’ll find all over the city, also considers the new Westview food hangout a local favorite.

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But even as the restaurant gains popularity, the truck continues to hit the streets, part of a “slutty tour” with a mission to “educate people on eating a plant-based lifestyle,” Cole told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution last year.

According to VegNews, the “Gettin’ Slutty Tour” will be heading to the West Coast at the end of the month.

More about The Slutty Vegan at AJC.com.

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Fiza Pirani
Fiza Pirani
Fiza Pirani is a web producer and writer for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She is also the editor behind AJC’s Pulse Magazine, a digital healthcare...
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