That’s a pretty sweet deal.

Sweet Chick, a chicken and waffle micro chain co-owned by Queens-bred rap legend Nas, is cooking up free meals for federal workers who are going without paychecks because of the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.

Nas, whose real name is Nasir Jones, floated the idea on Martin Luther King Day, said his co-owner and business partner John Seymour.

“We wanted to do something positive,” Seymour said on Thursday, as the shutdown was set to drag into its 35th day. “There are a lot of hard working people out there not getting a paycheck. We wanted to take care of the people who take care of us.”

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“These folks go unnoticed for the work they do,” Seymour said. “In their time of need we want to be part of the solution.”

More than 60 furloughed workers packed into Sweet Chick’s Williamsburg, Brooklyn location on Thursday to feast on fried chicken and waffles, said manager Wilmer Reyes.

“There are a lot of people in need,” Reyes, 31, said. “People who know what we’re doing are appreciative.”

The shutdown — which is forcing some 800,000 government employees to go without pay — appears to be nowhere near an end as President Trump still refuses to approve any spending legislation that doesn’t include at least $5.7 billion in taxpayer cash for the border wall he used to promise Mexico would pay for.

Democrats have refused to cough up the dough and argue a wall would not just be overly expensive and ineffective but also immoral.

Seymour said his restaurants have tried to stay out of the partisan fray and focus on helping those impacted by it instead.

“As of right now, we’re going to do it until the government returns,” Seymour said of the comped meals. “It’s less about the politics than it is about the people.”