The Colombian performer currently has his own one of a kind exceptional at McDonald depends on his preferred request. The supper accompanies a Big Mac, medium fries with ketchup and, curve, an Oreo McFlurry. The request is marked down beginning Monday through Nov. 1 in the US.
Clients who buy “The J. Balvin Meal” as a proposal on the McDonald’s App will get the Oreo McFlurry for nothing, as indicated by an announcement from the cheap food chain. Costs fluctuate at various areas.
The reggaeton genius, 35, is the most recent celeb to get their own devoted dinners at inexpensive food chains, including rapper Travis Scott’s alleged “Travy Patties” at McDonald’s and TikTok star Charli D’Amelio’s Dunkin’ extraordinary.
After Scott’s supper hit counters, the request immediately sold out, prompting a sad burger deficiency at the cheap food chain.
“As a long-lasting McDonald’s fan, I am eager to join the short rundown of worldwide symbols who have had a dinner named in their honor,” Balvin said in an announcement. “I am anticipating sharing my particular request with my fans, alongside more astonishments that are to accompanied this organization. ¡Lego!”
Balvin tweeted the news Monday to his 8.6 million adherents.
Since making a major sprinkle with 2013’s “La Familia,” Balvin — whose J represents José — has been spreading a lot of hip-turning bliss with hits, for example, 2017’s global crush “Mi Gente” (“My People”), winning four Latin Grammys en route.
In 2018, he traversed to the head of the US pop diagrams with “I Like It,” his No. 1 single with Cardi B and Bad Bunny, and showed up during Beyoncé’s epic Coachella takeover to play out their “Mi Gente” remix.