WWE has a lot of partners, and some of them are very connected with the company. Slim Jim and WWE’s relationship goes back decades, but a recent advertisement effort has resulted in theft.

In a recent turn of events, Slim Jim, the popular protein snack brand, reported the theft of its custom Nissan Z, affectionately known as Fast Meat. This iconic car, part of an ongoing partnership with WWE, had been making its way through various locations, including a stop in Chicago for the Survivor Series event and a subsequent trip to L.A. for a customized video shoot. Unfortunately, the stolen car was last spotted in California.

Amid an active police investigation, Slim Jim has reached out to its devoted fan base, the Long Boi Gang, using the hashtag #FindFastMeat to raise awareness about the stolen vehicle. Fans are urged to provide tips or information regarding the whereabouts of the custom Slim Jim car, Fast Meat, by submitting tips to the Los Angeles Police Department.

Ashley Spade, VP & General Manager, Snacks at Conagra Brands, expressed the brand’s surprise and concern about the unexpected demand for their custom car. She emphasized their collaboration with authorities in addressing the situation and called upon the community for assistance in locating Fast Meat.


“We knew we had something special with our custom car, but had no idea it would be in such demand that someone would steal it. We continue to work closely with the authorities and we ask anyone if they spot it to report it to the LAPD.” 

The distinctive features of the tricked-out ride had garnered attention from car enthusiasts and fans alike. Boasting a fiery exterior, custom yellow leather interior, LED undercarriage lighting, and exclusive Slim Jim amenities, including a dedicated holder and a one-of-a-kind dispenser stocked with Slim Jim meat sticks, the car became a symbol of on-the-go snacking.

Adding to its appeal were Easter eggs for loyal fans, such as fabric interior details with 69s, a hidden 420, and the Long Boi Gang emblem—a nod to the Slim Jim community. All these customizations were meticulously executed by one of Hollywood’s most iconic custom auto shops.

The unexpected theft has left Slim Jim enthusiasts and the Long Boi Gang on the lookout for Fast Meat and eager to assist in its recovery. Hopefully, they can find the car in time.

What’s your take on this car theft? What would you do with the Slim Jim car? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

Felix Upton

Felix Upton is a seasoned writer with over 30 years of experience. He began his career writing advertisements for local newspapers in New York before transitioning to publishing news for Ringside News. His expertise includes writing, editing, research, photo editing, and video editing. In his free time, he enjoys bungee jumping and learning extinct languages.

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