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Thursday, October 18, 2018

Big Daddy Created a Cardi B Raspa for Mala Luna, OKURRR

Posted By on Thu, Oct 18, 2018 at 12:21 PM

click to enlarge JACQUELINE FIERRO
  • Jacqueline Fierro

There will be special artist-specific treats available when Mala Luna returns to San Antonio for a third time this Halloween weekend (October 27 and 28).

Big Daddy's Eats & Treats, known for their outlandish raspa creations, has partnered with the festival to create two rapper-inspired treats available exclusively at Nelson Wolff Stadium during the event.



The Strawberry Cardi will feature fresh strawberry roses in strawberry Italian ice, candy belt skewers, hot gummy lips, gold bling embellished chain around the glass, obviously. For those wanting the purple stuff, Big Daddy's will serve up Lil Pump's Purp featuring grape Italian ice in a short squat cup, multi colored sour straws for his dreads and candy eyes to pay homage to "Gucci Gang" rapper, Lil Pump. Now you can party with Cardi.

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