McDonald's is at it again with another collaboration with a rap star. Last year, McDonald's teamed up with Travis Scott for the "Cactus Jack's" favorite. Now, the international fast-food chain has partnered with Saweetie for the new Saweetie meal. I had a chance to try it and just as I expected, I loved it.

On July 29th, McDonald's announced another meal collaboration with a rap star. The announed that the Saweetie Meal was coming to McDonald's locations on August 9th.

In a tweet to announce the new collab, McDonald's simply said,

"tap in #TheSaweetieMeal"

Fans of Saweetie McDonald's were pumped to hear the news and the August 9th release was highly anticipated.

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Last year, McDonald's collaborated with rapper Travis Scott for the "Cactus Jack" meal. The Cactus Jack meal included a Quarter Pounder with cheese, plus bacon and lettuce, along with medium fries, barbecue dipping sauce, and a Sprite. The Cactus Jack meal cost about $6.

The new Saweetie Meal has a few different items in it than the Cactus Jack meal. The Saweetie Meal dropped at McDonald's on Monday and yesterday, we got a chance to see what was in the new collab meal. The Saweetie Meal includes a Big Mac, 4 piece McNuggets, a medium fry, a medium Sprite, and tangy bbq and Saweetie N' Sour sauce.

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I'm going to tell you right now, it was the perfect amount of food for lunch, and having the sauces really added to it. Mixing the tangy bbq and Saweetie N' Sour sauces with my McNuggets and french fries was delicious.

The Saweetie Meal costs $12.69 and you can upgrade to a large for $1.20. McDonald's also has ways you can "remix" the Saweetie Meal. You can find more details here.

Ge the Saweetie Meal at your nearest Quad Cities McDonald's today.

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