Not for Cedrick Workuff who recently "quit" a job at a Kansas City Popeyes restaurant by rapping his resignation. We use quotes around the term "quit" because it turns out he was never an actual Popeye's employee to begin with. Yes, this is a stunt designed to spread on social media like a contagious disease, but owing to its cleverness and cheeky use of the classic '90s hip-hop gem "Still Not a Player" by Big Pun and Joe, we're giving it some deserved credit.
As you'll note in the video linked above, Workuff changes the lyrics from "I don't wanna be a player no more," to "I don't really wanna work here no more." It's relatable and catchy, the kind of song that's easy to identify with from a musical and professional perspective.
Marco Summers filmed the video, and told local reporters that the stunt was designed to make people laugh. He also said most of it was completely improvised, which if true, would suggest that Workuff has a very bright career before him.