How much does Gay Burger cost? Mr Beast Burger rival has customers saying the 'jizz sauce is to die for'

People can't seem to have enough of the virtual burger brand that donates all proceeds to the Los Angeles LGBT Center


                            How much does Gay Burger cost? Mr Beast Burger rival has customers saying the 'jizz sauce is to die for'
A Gay Burger (YouTube/@elijahdaniel)

Burgers with a side of gay activism? As novel as it sounds, it started as a joke, but now, the Gay Burger is a real thing. YouTube prankster/activist and Vine star Elijah Daniel unveiled his latest stunt, a virtual restaurant brand that donates all proceeds to the Los Angeles LGBT Center.

"Gay Burger came along as a joke inspired by MrBeast Burger as a creative new way to raise money and help out small restaurants,” Daniel tells Tubefilter. “It was originally a joke where I just yelled, ‘I WANT A GAY BURGER CHAIN’ out of nowhere.” With such a spanking new launch, Gay Burger is now set to rival YouTuber Mr Beast's free burgers that came out just two months ago and apparently looked like dirty diapers. Daniel took to Twitter to share the exciting news,



 

 



 

Daniel is joined by Katia Ameri – a tech entrepreneur and friend and professional partner to Daniel – who turned Gay Burger into a bona fide business plan for his birthday last month, with the help of Silicon Valley-based startup house.ai. The chain has no brick-and-mortar locations, but its menu can be adopted and served by any established kitchen in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York City. Here's what you can order:

Love Me Daddy: One (1) studly beef daddy patty, topped with one (1) slice of American cheese, pickles, diced white onion, ketchup, gay-oli & shredded lettuce. $14.00

Beef up Me Scotty: Two (2) studly beef daddy patties, two slices of American cheese, pickles, diced white onion, ketchup, gay-oli & shredded lettuce. $15.00
 
Help Me Daddy: Two (2) studly beef daddy patties, double American cheese, caramelized onion, pickles, bacon, fries, ketchup & gay-oli. $15.00
 
I Like Chicks: Fried chicken daddy patty topped with house gay-oil, mustard, shredded lettuce, and pickles. $14.00
 
Baby Daddy Grilled Cheese: Double slices of sensual American cheese between two THICC buns. $11.00
 
No More Milk Daddy: Vegan daddy patty (black beans), sliced tomato, diced white onion, pickles, shredded lettuce. $15.00
 
The Trevi Combo: No More Milk Daddy Burger + Gay Fries + Drinks. $19.00
 
The Bryana Combo: I Like Chicks Burger + Gay Fries + Drinks. $19.00
 
The Storm Combo: Love Me Daddy Burger + Gay Fries + Drinks. $19.00
 
The Phaggy Patty: Beef Me Up Scotty + Gay Fries + Drinks $19.00
 
Gay Fries: Fries but they’re gay, ya know? $6.00
 
Extremely Gay Fries: Gay fries topped with caramelized onions, cheese, and bacon. $10.00
 
Aqua de Piedra: $6.00

Diet Coke: $3.50

Ginger Beer: $4.00

American singer Bryana Salaz, who appeared on the seventh season of The Voice as part of Gwen Stefani's team, is the face of the lesbian chicken burger.



 

 



 

The Internet was pleasantly surprised by the news, with many gushing about how the burger makes them teary-eyed. A Twitter user said, "Anyone else have to be quietly, politely gay for so long that when they see @elijahdaniel be so LOUDLY IMPOLITELY GAY it brings a tear to their eyes? Get you some gay fries @GayBurgerco".

Others noted that "the straights have been doing it to us for years. This is our time to shine." A Twitter user shared a picture of the Krusty Krab and Chum Bucket, naming them aptly and saying, "i am so proud of this community #GayBurger bring it to malaysia lmao". "New dream date eating some #GayBurger with somebody that sounds pretty hype actually," said another.



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

Many commented on how good the food looks and tastes. "This is my favorite restaurant to order from when I am in LA. The jizz sauce is to die for — no I’m not gay," said one. "I just had #gayburger and it was absolutely delicious. Go support them all their proceeds go to the LGBT! They have a location in SF, LA, And NYC," said another.

The demand for the burgers has skyrocketed since Tuesday, February 9, when they were released. Many were visibly heartbroken, wishing they had a Gay Burger joint near them. So Daniel asked, "reply with what city and the hashtag #gayburger so they know where it’s wanted." And Twitter users listed down a variety of places, from Annapolis to Sweden.



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

Gay Burger is now available in LA, SF and NYC on DoorDash, Postmates and GrubHub.

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