Was another McDonalds employee fired for putting mixtapes of his rap project "Tales Of A Real N*gga" in children's Happy Meals instead of a toy? And was this employee named "Tyshaer" this time? Of course not, it is just a slightly altered version of a 2015 hoax that featured a "Tyshaun Granger" as the culprit.
According to report McDonald's employee named Tyshaer added his rap mixtape in the happy meals within a paper disc holder. On the mixtapes was printed the title of the project; "Tales Of A Real N*gga".
A customer Sarah Desmond said :
"I bought a happy meal for my son and inside came a mysterious cd. I, like any other parent, would assume the cd was for children. I played the cd in my car for my son while we drove home and lord Jesus have mercy on Tyshaer , the mixtape was dreadful. Not only was it completely inappropriate, but it was also the weakest set of bars I've ever heard" finished Desmond."
The article claims this version of the story at Huzlers.com (another fake news website) is the source. And apparently 8shit.net ran the same story on May 18, 2017 even though the link is now redirecting to the "new" version.
But the story is just slightly altered copy of a 2015 story from celebtricity.com that was debunked long ago by That's Fake. Back then they already pointed out the man in the photo that went with the story was actually Theodore Levon Upshaw, an actual McDonald's employee who got arrested for selling heroin out of the restaurant.
Furthermore, 8shit.net carries a disclaimer on its about page that reads:
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