A month ago, McDonald’s presented the Cactus Jack feast, the go-to dinner rapper Travis Scott arranges each time he visits the eatery. At that point, the $6 dinner would get you a Quarter Pounder with cheddar, bacon, onions, and lettuce, a medium request of french fries, and a Sprite. The Cactus Jack turned into a sensation on different web-based media stages and was so famous, food deficiencies of the particular fixings began to spread through the organization.
The feast bargain was so fruitful, the worldwide natural pecking order has just joined forces with its next big name — Reggaeton sensation J Balvin. Starting Monday, the J Balvin supper is accessible at taking an interest areas in the United States and incorporates a Big Mac sandwich, medium fries, and an Oreo McFlurry.
While it’s required for the dinner to cost somewhat more than $6, the individuals who choose to arrange it through the McDonald’s versatile application will get their McFlurry for nothing. The J Balvin feast will be accessible now through November first.
“As a long-term McDonald’s fan, I am eager to join the short rundown of worldwide symbols who have had a feast named in their honor,” the performer said in an announcement. “I am anticipating sharing my unmistakable request with my fans, alongside more shocks that are to accompanied this organization. ¡Lego!”
McDonald’s US boss advertiser Morgan Flatley added the organization was delighted to join forces with Balvin and his group, as the account specialists is viewed as one of the top-selling craftsmen around the globe.
“From fixing outlines far and wide to landing endless honor assignments, J Balvin is an exploring worldwide symbol,” Flatley said. “He’s constantly been a standard at McDonald’s cafés during his show visits, and now we’re eager to bring his go-to request to our menus over the U.S.”
While Scott got a feast, he likewise revealed a dressing line with the organization. The garments, which incorporate a tee-shirt, shorts, and group neck sweatshirt were accessible for only a restricted time.
“From including Travis’ preferred McDonald’s feast in our cafés, to his new score for our TV spot, to Cactus Jack x McDonald’s merchandise, this has been a genuine association beginning to end,” Flatley said a month ago. “It has been energizing to collaborate with a genuine brand fan whose imagination and love for our food radiates through in every part of the joint effort.”