Have you ever been disappointed after driving up to a Chick-fil-A only to realize that the restaurant is closed because it’s Sunday?
Well, so has South Carolina resident Shama Mrema.
Mrema published a music video on his Facebook account lamenting the fact that he has “withdrawals on the Lord’s day,” when the company’s restaurants are closed.
“Chick-fil-A, I want you and I need you, but it’s Sunday,” the chorus says.
Mrema describes himself as an African-born, American-raised actor, writer and comedian on his Facebook account. He’s based in Greenville.
In an interview with Fox Carolina, Mrema said he wrote the song as a comedy.
“A friend and I love Chick-fil-A, and I realized that we always wanted to go on Sunday and I had to remind him or he had to remind me that they were closed,” Mrema told the station.
The video has been shared more than 4,600 times, and it has several calling it their “Sunday anthem.”
Facebook user Payton Reedy said in response to the video, “I felt that on a personal level,” while Maggie Taylor said that the “hottest track of 2017 just got dropped.”
Cynthia Roldán: @CynthiaRoldan