The premise of Twitter is so promising – freely express and share ideas with your fellow human beings in a short and concise 140-character (Now 280 characters for some) message. The social media platform should encourage dialogue to solve problems. However, Twitter often regresses into a loathsome shouting match. Very rarely is civil discourse utilized, except when two fast food chains lock horns in a mighty rap battle.
Wingstop’s official Twitter account parodied a verse from Migos’ “Bad and Boujee” to engage their audience.
It caught the eye of Wendy’s Twitter and they jumped on Wingstop’s rap with a reference from Kendrick Lamar’s “Humble.”
Wingstop challenged Wendy’s.
Wendy’s accepted the challenge.
Wingstop clapped back.
Things escalated to a full-scale rap battle.
Wendy’s continues to excel at Twitter. This, of course, is not the first time that Wendy’s beefed with another fast food restaurant. Back in March, Wendy’s went hard on McDonald’s.