UPDATE 12/6, 10:55 p.m. ET: Quavo spoke to TMZ about Migos' deal with Uber Eats and Popeyes as he was leaving the GQ Man of the Year Awards After Party​​​​​​​. He says it all came about due to an IG post he made back in August that featured the popular Popeyes​​​​​​​ chicken sandwich.  

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

I G O T T H E M T H A N G S 🐔 1k A Sandwich

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Migos have announced that they will be teaming up with Uber Eats and Popeyes to launch the "Migos Menu." After the trio showed love for Popeyes numerous times, even rapping about the chain of restaurants on "Stir Fry" long before the chicken sandwich craze, each member has curated an order off the menu with their personal favorites.

The limited-time menu will be available on Uber Eats in North America from Dec. 6 to Jan. 2, with an order for each member and a fourth "Tour Rider" option. This isn't the first time that Migos have been involved with selling Popeyes, as Quavo previously attempted to sell the infamous chicken sandwiches for $1,000 each. The Migos menu, by comparison, is a lot more reasonable.

The Takeoff, which sits at $9.99, includes five tenders, two sauces, 1 portion of mashed potatoes, two biscuits, and one apple pie. The Quavo kicks it up a notch at $17.99 with two sandwiches, two orders of fries, one portion of mashed potatoes with gravy, two apple pies, and two small drinks. The Offset is comprised of an eight piece BIC chicken meal, one large fries, one large mashed potatoes with gravy, and four biscuits for $21.99. The Tour Rider, which is the most expensive at $46.99, includes 20 tenders, seven sauces, one large mashed potatoes with gravy, two large fries, five biscuits, and a gallon of lemonade.