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Man hilariously 'quits' his job at Popeyes by singing Big Pun cover


Many dream of the day when they can quit that job that’s caused them strife, and it appears one Popeyes ’employee’ had had his share of working at the chicken chain. 

In a hilarious video that went viral on Tuesday, Cedric Workuff serenades a Kansas City Popeyes only to inform them that he ‘quits.’  

‘I don’t really want to work here no more,’ Workuff sings over the popular 90s hit ‘Still Not a Player’ by Big Pun and Fat Joe. 

In a hilarious video that went viral on Tuesday, Cedric Workuff serenades a Kansas City Popeyes only to inform them that he 'quits'

'I don't really want to work here no more,' Workuff sings over the popular 90s hit 'Still Not a Player' by Big Pun and Fat Joe

In a hilarious video that went viral on Tuesday, Cedric Workuff serenades a Kansas City Popeyes only to inform them that he ‘quits’

Workuff impresses customers in the store with his rhymes, as several rush to take their cameras out and film the spectacle. 

Employees, on the other hand, seem to have a more split reaction. 

As some appear to instruct Workuff and his cousin – cameraman Marco Summers – to stop the loud commotion, others can be seen dancing along to the song.

'I don't really want to work here no more,' Workuff sings over the popular 90s hit 'Still Not a Player' by Big Pun and Fat Joe at the store (pictured)

‘I don’t really want to work here no more,’ Workuff sings over the popular 90s hit ‘Still Not a Player’ by Big Pun and Fat Joe at the store (pictured)

As some employees appear to instruct Workuff and his cousin - cameraman Marco Summers - to stop the loud commotion, others can be seen dancing along to the song

As some employees appear to instruct Workuff and his cousin - cameraman Marco Summers - to stop the loud commotion, others can be seen dancing along to the song

As some employees appear to instruct Workuff and his cousin – cameraman Marco Summers – to stop the loud commotion, others can be seen dancing along to the song

The video has well over 3million views on Twitter and almost 2million on Facebook.

In total, it has roughly 130,000 shares on the two platforms. 

Workuff isn't an employee at the eatery at all and never was

Workuff isn’t an employee at the eatery at all and never was

But in all actuality, Workuff isn’t an employee at the eatery at all and never was. 

His cousin shared with KSHB that the stunt wasn’t planned the singing/rapping was actually improv. 

Summers added that the point of the video was to spread positivity and to make people laugh. 

‘I’ve been through most of the stories I talk about. Instead of letting them damage me, I make them something funny,’ Summers said. ‘It’s opening a door for people to laugh at situations like that.’ 

The duo hope to take their comedic prowess and eventually land a television show. 

‘If we don’t make people smile, we failed,’ Summers said.

‘Our main missing is to bring back peace and love through laughter,’ Workuff said.

The comedian and his cousin - camera man Marco Summers - hope to spread positivity and land a television show where they can eventually share more of their craft

The comedian and his cousin - camera man Marco Summers - hope to spread positivity and land a television show where they can eventually share more of their craft

The comedian and his cousin – camera man Marco Summers – hope to spread positivity and land a television show where they can eventually share more of their craft



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