‘When Whataburger is Life’: Texas comedian Tio Choko back at it again with a viral video – Chron

Texas comedian Tio Choko confirmed what many Texans already know: Whataburger is life.

In his latest video, Tio Choko, Houston native Bruce Wayne Zelaya Jr., hit viral status (again) after teaming up with another Houston comedian, Baffmasta, who dressed in a Whataburger employee outfit and a hilarious wig.

To the popular TikTok song “Thundercat” by Funny Thing, Baffmasta danced his way to Tio Choko while holding a Whataburger meal. The facial expressions from both comedians showed exactly how it feels when you get your order at the popular fast-food chain. The comedian captioned the video, “When Whataburger is life.”

Watch the video below:

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The video resonated with many, receiving more than 4,000 shares, nearly 8,000 likes and around 1,300 comments as of Thursday morning. The video was published on Tio Choko’s Facebook page Wednesday morning.

Many in the comments section expressed how the video made them laugh and how Whataburger should use it for one of their commercials.

“I can’t stop watching this….lol,” Amanda Rae said. “It’s great…love the expressions. Priceless!”

“I love you guys!!! Your videos always put a smile on my face,” Dionne Spencer commented.

“Whataburger should make this their commercial,” Heather E. Kirby said.

In October, the two comedians collaborated for a TikTok video where they dance to “Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac while doing Tio Choko’s signature “cowboy thrust.” The video sparked the #Chokolutiondance on TikTok, leaving many to re-create the hip-shaking phenomenon like celebrity dancer and choreographer Derek Hough.

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♬ Dreams (2004 Remaster) – Fleetwood Mac

Will.i.am even join the #Chokolutiondance after he asked Tio Choko to choreograph the next video for the Black Eyed Peas, according to an article from houstoniamag.com. Tio Choko told the magazine being an entertainer is his full-time gig now, and that he hopes his character becomes a household name.

Priscilla Aguirre is a general assignment reporter for MySA.com | [email protected] | @CillaAguirre

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