Moneybagg Yo Gets His Own Line Of Hot Onion Rings With Rap Snacks

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Moneybagg Yo is the latest artist to sign a deal with Rap Snacks to bring his own line of onion rings to big box stores around the country!

(AllHipHop News) 

Moneybagg Yo will be the latest artist Hip-Hop fans will be able to find on the shelves of Walmart and Kroger.

The Memphis rap star is the latest artist to land a deal with popular brand Rap Snacks.

Moneybagg Yo’s is launching a hot onion rings line for Rap Snacks, which he hopes will be seared into fans’ memory.

“Shout out to Rap Snacks. When you see this s### in the store, the bag with a n####’s face on it, aye cop my s###, don’t be hating. Cop my s###, I come from nothing, let’s go,” Moneybagg Yo said, as he munched on his new hot onion rings.

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Rap Snacks is a popular line of potato chips, onion rings, and pork grinds owned by Philadelphia entrepreneur James “Fly” Lindsay and rap mogul Percy “Master P” Miller.

The brand already has almost a dozen Hip-Hop superstars with branded lines of the flavorful potato chips.

Romeo Miller has Bar-B-Quin with My Honey; Migos faces are on Sour Cream With a Dab of Ranch and Fetty Wap’s supporters can enjoy his Honey Jalapeno chips.

Superstar Cardi B has four flavors, Bar-B-Kurr with My Honey, Spicy Vinakurr, BBQ Cheddar, and a recently launched line of pork rinds.

Other artists who have personalized brands of chips include Boosie, Trina, Migos, The Notorious B.I.G., and Lil Yachty.

Rap Snacks is also expanding into healthy snacks, through a partnership with Slutty Vegan to produce a vegan chip option for the health buffs.

Rap Snacks was founded by James “Fly” Lindsay in 1994. The company relaunched in 2017, with the backing of Master P.  

Currently, Rap Snacks are available in over 4,200 Walmarts around the country, and as previously mentioned Kroger, through a brand new partnership.

“Rap Snacks is so important to us because it’s for the culture. This is something that James visualized years ago that nobody believed, and was able to bring this to life,” Master P said. “This is for our culture, this is about building an empire. This is building entrepreneurship. Most important, giving back to the community. Educating our people on ownership.” 

 



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