As one lyric from his song goes: “I OD on Minis and refill my sweet tea/ You’ve got everything I want; you’ve got everything I need/ Chick-fil-A sauce so good like it was made by G-O-D.”
Many have applauded Mrema for speaking to their own hankering for Chick-fil-A on a Sunday.
In an interview with Fox Carolina, Mrema, who describes himself as an African-born, American-raised actor, writer and comedian, said he posted the song as pure comedy. However, he does genuinely crave Chick-fil-A on Sundays, according to The State.
"A friend and I love Chick-fil-A, and I realized that we always wanted to go on Sunday and I had to remind him or he had to remind me that they were closed," Mrema told the station.
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Even though his Chick-fil-A tribute is a hit, Mrema told Greenville News that he did not plan to become the "restaurant-singer guy".
“I was thinking, ‘I hope people like it,’ but I was really shocked that people were commenting, ‘That’s my anthem,’ or tagging their friends. … Apparently, a lot of people drove to a Chick-fil-A on a Sunday and were really disappointed.”
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