Leona Feigh, a 3-year-old from Minnesota, requested to have a birthday cake that shows Simba discovering his father’s dead body from the classic Disney movie "The Lion King," the “New York Post” reports. In the film, Simba accidentally gets caught in a stampede and his father, Mufasa, jumps in to save him. When Mufasa attempts to escape the stampede, however, he’s betrayed by his brother Scar and ends up getting trampled to death. The cake is decorated to show Simba on top of the cake, looking down on Mufasa’s dead body, which is displayed next to the cake. Next to Mufasa’s body is the message, "Leona is 3!" Casey Feigh, Leona’s uncle, posted pictures of the cake to Twitter. As for why she wanted such a cake, Feigh explained, “She asked for a Lion King cake but specifically the moment where Mufasa dies, because ‘everyone will be too sad to eat the cake and it will be all for me.’" According to the “New York Post,” Leona’s mother said that ordering the cake gave her anxiety. She explained that she actually had to email the bakery to place the order because she was too embarrassed to call and describe it in person.
Fortunately, the cake reportedly tasted delicious