If you’re going to attack Wendy’s on Twitter, you had better have a solid argument because they aren’t going to lie down and take it with typical PR-speak. Apparently, they’re not afraid to embarrass you so badly that you feel compelled to delete your Twitter account.
A Twitter user named @NHride accused them of using frozen beef—and things did not go as planned:
if you're having a bad day today, just remember that you didn't get dragged by a fast food company on twitter pic.twitter.com/gUSuHwZLQR
— ΓRΛX@MAGFEST (@Fraxtil) January 2, 2017
Our beef is way too cool to ever be frozen. 😎 pic.twitter.com/QuXECJtlq5
— Wendy's (@Wendys) December 30, 2016
Devastating. In fact, @NHride was owned so thoroughly that the Twitter account was deactivated. It’s more evidence that fast food accounts are pretty much the best thing on Twitter right now.
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