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Fiji Made Me Do It - new wing shop opened at GSU

By Philip Fowler
On March 14, 2019

GSU Athletic Director Dr. David Ponton poses with Shelby Prout. Courtesy photo

The Texas College Basketball team stops by for a bite. Courtesy photo


Fiji wings serves a variety of food options. Courtesy photo

Grambling’s own Shelby Prout a.k.a MC Fiji has opened up a well known wing spot in town located in the village called WhoMadeMeDoIt Wings and Poboys. 

Prout, a native of New Orleans, is a student here at Grambling majoring in Multimedia. Prout is more known by his stage name “MC Fiji” and by his popular song “Fiji Made Me Do It”.  

Prout’s goal was to simply open a business. Passing by the vacant building in The Village located in downtown Grambling, which houses WMMDI today, an idea struck to rent out the space and open up a wing shop. 

He was inspired by the concept-style Wing Restaurants back home in New Orleans and wanted to bring something similar to Grambling where students can have a place to eat and meet off campus but still walking distance for non-mobile commuters. WhoMadeMeDoIt Wings offers a wide range of flavored wings, chicken strips and even Po Boys. 

WhoMadeMeDoIt accepts cash, cash app, card and G-Flex. 

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