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The Queen has done it yet again.

But, then again, is that surprising?

Over the weekend Beyoncé better known as a “Texas-bama” shut down the Internet once again when she released the video for her new song “Formation” — what many are now calling the “Black History Month anthem.”

If you listened intently to the song, however, there’s a particular line that has one restaurant thanking the star for tons of new business.

Referring to the good sex she receives from her man, Beyoncé says, “When he fu*k me good I take his ass to Red Lobster, cause I slay. When he fu*k me good I take his ass to Red Lobster, cause I slay.

And thanks to the now-iconic line, Red Lobster’s sales have gone up a not-so-surprising 33 percent.

Cheddar Bey Biscuits, anyone?

If you somehow missed it, you can watch the video below.


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