Guy Fieri Shows Off 'Donkey Sauce Flow'? Listen to Parody Song

Guy Fieri
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Guy Fieri poses for a portrait on Dec. 9, 2013 in New York.

Diners, drive-ins and #barz, anyone?

A parody of Food Network star Guy Fieri shows him taking his talents from the kitchen to the studio with a new track called "Donkey Sauce Flow." The gem was uncovered by First We Feast and will appear on a better-be-real parody mixtape The Mayor of Flavortown.

On top of guitar twangs, the faux Fieri stacks his bars like deli meats as he raps lines like "Doin' donuts, eatin' cronuts/ My life is the best." Even his hook is on-brand, saluting his love for American muscle cars and food: "I'm Fi-eri, I'm sweaty/ Chevys and spaghetti."

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The parody of the frosty-haired flavor guru even gives a shout-out to Drake: "I bake cakes with Drake/ Aubrey's my bro/ I'm running through the 6 with all of my Sloppy Joes." Earlier this year, Drizzy saluted Fieri on his If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late project by spitting, “Fieri, I’m in the kitchen, I’m a magician." 

Billboard has reached out to Fieri's rep to confirm the authenticity of the track and project but did not immediately hear back by press time.

Real or not, give "Donkey Sauce Flow" a taste below:


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