How Jackass 3D Led Wee Man to Major Success in the Food Industry

Chronic Tacos was actually hailed in “Jackass 3-D” as the producers decided to claim the restaurant franchise as a picture sponsor. It was played primarily for comedic effect, according to Steve-O, but that led to an investment from the late Paul Walker and his brother Caleb Walker, who would dub for Paul after his death for “Furious 7” in 2015.

The Walker brothers were at the premiere of “Jackass 3-D” and were also looking to invest in a restaurant at the time. When they heard about Wee Man’s Chronic Tacos, they approached him and decided to invest and open a location in Huntington Beach, as he explained on the “Wild Ride!” podcast. Before Walker became another celebrity face attached to the franchise, Wee Man said they had 26 locations. By September 2022, there were more than a dozen more, he told Steve-0.

Wee Man, however, isn’t the only “Jackass” star to get into the food business. Steve-O also offers a hot sauce called Steve-O’s Hot Sauce For Your Butthole, which can be found on the comedian’s site. official site. During the recent conversation with Wee Man on his podcast, Steve-O asked about the chances of getting his hot sauce from Chronic Tacos locations.

“Done. What do you mean, what are the odds? You’re my brother, man,” Wee Man said. That said, customers can hopefully expect to top Wee Man’s chronic tacos with Steve-O’s hot sauce soon enough.

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