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Quavo Invites Clemson to Celebrate CFP Title After Donald Trump Fast Food Dinner

Tyler Conway@jtylerconwayFeatured ColumnistJanuary 15, 2019

ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 26: Hip-Hop artist Quavo sits court-side against the Atlanta Hawks and Indiana Pacers on December 26, 2018 at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.  NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this Photograph, user is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. Mandatory Copyright Notice: Copyright 2018 NBAE (Photo by Scott Cunningham/NBAE via Getty Images)
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The president of the United States served the Clemson Tigers fast-food burgers.

Quavo apparently wants to teach them the "Stir Fry" way.

The Migos rapper took to Twitter on Tuesday, offering an open invitation for the college football national champions to "COME BY THE QC HEADQUARTERS" to show "HOW CHAMPS ARE SUPPOSED TO BE TREATED":

QuavoYRN @QuavoStuntin

I WANNA SHOW CLEMSON TIGERS AND POTUS HOW CHAMPS ARE SUPPOSED TO BE TREATED YALL WELCOME TO COME BY THE QC HEADQUARTERS ANYTIME Dabbin DABO STILL #GODAWGS The Stir Fry Way!

That siren you hear whistling in the background? That's the NCAA Fun Police with their notepads out ready to write out a violation.

It's unlikely Clemson will ever make its way to the Quavo compound for that reason; any free meals from the rapper would likely constitute a violation of NCAA rules.

President Donald Trump was the subject of both criticism and mockery Monday night when he hosted the Clemson football team and served everyone an array of fast-food items. Trump said he paid for the meal himself because of the government shutdown.

"Because of the shutdown, you know we have the great Clemson team with us, the national champions. So we went out and we ordered American fast food, paid for by me," Trump said. "Lots of hamburgers, lots of pizza."

Critics found the spread underwhelming, with some citing health concerns and others the optics of serving $2 hamburgers on what is usually a more luxurious occasion. Trump tweeted Tuesday that the entire spread was gone within an hour. 

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For their part, the Clemson players and coaches did not seem to mind the cuisine. 

"What a fun day. It is an honor to be a part of this tradition," Tigers head coach Dabo Swinney said. "To be honest with you, it is really cool that football can create an opportunity like this."

It's unclear exactly what Quavo would plan to serve the players. But if the lyrics to "Stir Fry" are any indication, odds are he'll come equipped with chicken like Popeye's.

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