After their 2022 winter collaboration, Latto and Wingstop have returned with a new offering, and this time it’s for the summer.
Yesterday (June 16), the popular restaurant chain known for its chicken wings announced that a new collab with the Georgia-raised artist is coming soon. In the company’s post on social media, the “Lottery” performer is pictured in a yellow car, wearing a matching outfit while holding what appeared to be a Wingstop bag. Along with the image, the restaurant captioned its post with emojis of a lemon and a plant. This left many viewers guessing if the surprise flavor will be new or the return of something missed by consumers. “The hottest collab of the summer drops July 18,” Wingstop wrote on Instagram.
In December 2022, Latto partnered with the food organization to “give flavor to the kids” at her Win Some Give Some Foundation’s second annual Christmas in Clayco celebration. The event gave local families in need a Christmas dinner, presents, and essential items. On TikTok, the 24-year-old posted about the collab, hinting at a Latto meal as she partook in a Wingstop wing. “Lemon pepper my fave, fried hard, extra sprinkles… Mango Habanero. Y’all don’t know nothing about the Wingstop ranch,” she said. “This the Latto meal right here,” Latto later added while winking.
Outside of partnering within the food industry, the Grammy-nominated songwriter has continued to build her resumé as a rapper. Earlier this year, she linked up with Bronx native Cardi B to remix her single “Put It On Da Floor.” Shortly after, Latto attended the 2023 BET Awards and gave an emotional speech after receiving the Best Female Hip Hop Artist accolade. At the beginning of July, Latto dove into the fashion industry by attending the annual Paris Fashion Week in an Iris Van Herpen couture gown.
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