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Beyoncé Fans Remake 'Partition' Video as Ode to In-N-Out Burger

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Beyoncé Fans Remake 'Partition' Video as Ode to In-N-Out Burger

As if Beyoncé's song "Partition," a hot-and-heavy dance track about making out in the backseat of a chauffeured car, wasn't racy enough, Los Angeles actor Adrian Anchondo has made an even wilder recording and video for the song. With the assistance of a blond-wigged male Beyoncé impersonator, Adrian transforms the song into a parody about their love for In-N-Out Burger.

[Watch "In-N-Out Mission" Video]

The video closely models Beyoncé's original, opening during a breakfast scene in a kitchen. In Beyoncé's version, she attempts to distract Jay Z from reading the newspaper, flashing her cleavage and flirtatiously dropping her napkin onto the floor. During "In-N-Out Mission," the faux Beyoncé becomes distracted by a chocolate-sprinkled donut when the man of the house walks in and drops a bag of burgers on the table.



As the parody kicks in, the Beyoncé wannabe sings: "Drive me out on an In-N-Out mission, please/I need me a Double Double with some cheese." When they arrive at the fast food eatery, they're greeted by an In-N-Out employee, who is standing in the middle of driveway wearing a company hat, ankle boots, and an apron, mimicking one of Beyoncé's scenes.



The chorus has been changed from Beyoncé's seductive pleas to an In-N-Out cashier's suggestive rundown of the menu selection. "Just want to give you them buns you like/Them fresh-cut fries you like," they sing on the chorus. "Kinda shake you like is right here with me."



One of the characters from the spoof recreates a scene where Beyoncé's silhouette poses on a chair in front of a purple backdrop. Though the actress makes her best effort to copy Bey, she abandons the sexy posturing to instead enjoy some French fries and a shake.

In February, this sae comedic team poked fun of Beyoncé and Jay Z's "Drunk In Love." In their "Dunkin Love" beach video, they professed their addiction to Dunkin Donuts, and once again, the sexual innuendos were plentiful.

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