McDonald’s employees, unfamiliar with Sicko Mode’s jargon, are training on all things Travis Scott as the rapper’s branded dish continues to sell quickly from coast to coast. Encourage demand for the dish – which includes a quarter of cheese, bacon, lettuce, pickles, ketchup and mustard; medium french fries (with barbecue sauce for dipping); and Sprite – a trend of TikTok, which has fans blowing up the rapper song “Sicko Mode” in the windows of McDonald’s drive-through, both fun and annoying employees.
In current viral videos, fans upload to order, then quickly pass the song to the worker who takes their order. Sometimes they accompany the request with phrases like “you know what I want.”
McDonald’s executives noticed and sent a note to franchises in line with the trend, according to Business Insider. It reads: “Travis Scott’s various marketing materials include the line ‘Say Cactus Jack sent you,’ which leads some customers to say ‘Cactus Jack sent me,’ or other social media-inspired options, including,” It’s on fire, sickomode, ” The Burger from Fornite, ‘or’ Do You Know Why I’m Here ‘(while playing Travis Scott’s music). To reduce confusion, please inform the crew of these nicknames or alternative ordering methods. “
The note also encourages franchisees to “make sure the crew knows how much you appreciate their efforts in support of this promotion.”
The videos uploaded to TikTok show a number of reactions from workers, many of whom quickly recognize music as a request for Travis Scott. But one of the trends in TikTok shows a customer ordering a menu item and an employee asking, “Will you play music in my ears?”
The trend on social media is coming, as the restaurant barely manages to cope with Travis Scott’s diet. According to USA Today, McDonald’s is deficient in the main ingredients of the dish. The prevailing demand was mentioned as one of the factors for the sale of ingredients.
From September 22, food will only be available through the McDonald’s app.