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This Chick-Fil-A rap music video is wild corny and kinda poppin’ at the same time

Chick-Fil-A and their over-the-top commitment to customer service has been an ongoing joke on the internet for a while now.

The chicken chain has clearly set a bar when it comes fast food restaurants setting off reaction tweets, threads and videos, parodying the unbelievable service.

The latest comes from Jaron Meyers, a comedian/worship leader from Kansas City who, after performing his first show just two years ago, has managed to perfect his act enough to perform at colleges, churches, comedy clubs, and corporate events across the country.

The song is called “My Pleasure” and features Jaron playing off of the stellar customer service that Chick-Fil-A is known for.

In the video, Jaron plays a Chick-Fil-A employee who goes as far as saving customers from burning cars to helping them reach hard-to-grab items in the grocery store.

I wouldn’t call it rap, really. If anything, it’s in the same vein as a Weird Al Yankovic or The Lonely Island in that it uses rap to drive home a comedic concept.

If you need a laugh this is the perfect remedy for you and if you really like what you hear Jaron is also on iTunes. Of course Twitter has spoken and the reviews are mixed.

For some reason, the song is catchy as hell

It’s just one of those things you can’t explain

I mean the beat is definitely fire

And this guy is spitting straight facts

Who are we kidding… this is a banger!

It’s just one of those things that you can’t explain

At the end of the day, Hov approves