If you thought you’d seen the last of Alexa Greenfield, the woman caught dipping a chicken tender in soda at the U.S. Open last September, think again.
On Friday, the 26-year-old Long Island resident (@slickenfingers) released a music video called “Chicken Soda” that leaves little to the imagination when it comes to her forbidden love of the uncommon combo.
But be warned, once you’ve seen this video, you won’t be able to clear your mind of the images anytime soon:
Some people were as appalled by the video as they were when Greenfield first came under fire at the U.S. Open:
This is one of those songs they play to foreign detainees as psychological warfare
— Jake Harville (@ATL_Seminole) January 7, 2019
You need blocked for sharing this.
— Malcolm (@mdjsports) January 7, 2019
That was awful and my ears and now bleeding. Even worse than the dipping which made my eyes bleed. I’m dead
— D-Unit (@dannnyleland) January 7, 2019
A lot of people just wanted it to end:
While others drew a comparison to Rebecca Black of “Friday” fame:
The new Rebecca Black!!!!
— The Real Post Mahomes II (@PostMahomes) January 7, 2019
In an interview with The Washington Post at the time of the U.S. Open incident, Greenfield said she dipped her chicken in soda to show her nephews, who were with her at the tennis match, something she did as a kid and had learned from her father. She also copped to carrying on the tradition into adulthood at stadiums from time to time.
“And I started by saying to them: ‘Listen, guys, I’m going to do something, it’s a really big secret, don’t tell your parents, don’t tell any adults, don’t tell anyone ’cause it’s really weird and I’m a little embarrassed by it. It’s a secret.’ And then they caught me.”
Despite the wave of backlash following the initial incident when some commenters went as far as to call her a “psychopath,” Greenfield continued to unapologetically dip her chicken in soda at other sporting events.
Now she’s capitalizing on her moment in the spotlight with Chicken Soda merchandise available on her Facebook:
Talk about cashin in on your 15 mins
— Ryan Gizz (@RaRaGizz) January 7, 2019
Chicken Soda merchandise is available at https://t.co/XCxWcCkffF
The same cup and much more!
— Alexa G (@slickenfingers) January 7, 2019
But as this commenter pointed out, Greenfield is not the first woman to bathe in food in an unforgettable way:
We don’t know about you, but we have a funny taste in our mouths.