Former Vine star and current rapper/comedian/influencer Elijah Daniel has made many, many rounds on the internet. Between briefly becoming the mayor of Hell, Michigan, creating music under the rapper persona Lil Phag, and continuously ticking off former President Donald Trump on Twitter, the creator has made the most of his time online.
But that wasn’t enough for him, as evidenced when he tweeted on Feb. 9: “New gay agenda stunt complete. see you at 3 p.m. PST.”
What does he have planned next? Gay burgers.
Elijah spoke exclusively with Distractify about his new business venture, GayBurger, an explicitly LGBTQ+ burger chain he launched on Feb. 9 that raises money for charity.
What is GayBurger?
GayBurger is a virtual brand—“virtual” meaning it doesn’t have any dedicated brick-and-mortar locations of its own, but its menu can be adopted and served by any established kitchen in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City.
That menu includes cheekily named items like Love Me Daddy (a “studly beef daddy patty” topped with American cheese, pickles, white onion, lettuce, and special house sauce “gayoli”), No More Milk Daddy (“vegan daddy patty,” sliced tomato, onion, pickles, lettuce), and I Like Chicks (fried chicken “daddy patty,” gayoli, mustard, lettuce, pickles).