Where does one begin to approximate the amount of money that GTA 5 has made? Fortunately, a good amount of that money went to the team that brought the game to life, including the developers and actors. However, it looks like Ned Luke, the voice of Michael De Santa, might be in need of some quick cash via a cameo in GTA Online.
According to the video Luke posted on Twitter, it looks like the actor may be about to enter the service industry (thanks GameRant). The video shows him in the ridiculous outfit that Cluckin’ Bell employees are required to wear, complete with the chicken head and the slogan on the back of the shirt – “Taste the Cock”. Luke didn’t give any indication as to why he put this video up, maybe he was just having fun. However, he marked an identifier called boyworldwide. The handle has just one tweet, and it’s an image of a Cluckin’ Bell employee for GTA: San Andreas.
“You do what you gotta do…whatever it takes…survive,” reads the tweet’s caption, along with five-star emojis. In the video, Luke turns around and with a frustrated expression says, “This wasn’t my idea of a successful retirement. Welcome to Cluckin’ Fuckin’ Bell. May I take your order?” You can’t blame him for not being too excited about it – nobody likes working as a fast food waiter dressed as a chicken.
If you’re the suspicious type, you might find some aspects of the video a little interesting – maybe we’ll see Michael in the GTA universe once again. First of all, dressing up as a GTA fast food server might mean something, but you can pass it off as just a joke. But then Luke says that this was not his idea of a successful retirement. Michael also goes on to talk about his retirement from the game and how he wants out. Perhaps this is a hint that things are not working out for him and that he may return to the mix to make one last payday – just like his friend Franklin did at The Contract event.
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