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This toddler didn’t want anyone else to “feel the love” on her “Lion King” themed birthday night.
Leona Feigh, 3, of Minnesota, requested that her cake show the scene in the movie where King Mufasa is killed.
The reason? “Everyone will be too sad to eat the cake and it will be all for me,” according to a Twitter post from her uncle, Casey Feigh last week.
The cake-loving tot’s morbid request and its online traction got the family invited to NBC’s “Today Show.”
“Leona is hilarious and quirky,” her mother, Alison Feigh said on the program. “She’s also a very empathetic, sweet kid.”
Thirsty Whale Bakery in Minneapolis brought the grim scene from the 1994 movie to life; its confectionary cookies-and-cream concoction depicting Mufasa’s brother Scar standing over his murder victim on top of the cake, with the fallen king lying dead on the platter.
The edible assassination left a great taste in Leona’s mouth, but the request gave her mother agita .
“I actually emailed them because I was too embarrassed to call,” she told NBC.
“I was like, ‘I’ll just put it in writing and click send. The worst they can say is no.’”
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