Popeyes, Chick-fil-A, and Wendy's Are Having the Biggest Twitter Feud About Chicken Sandwiches

I never thought a Twitter feud could top that Peppa Pig and Iggy Azalea one, but I stand corrected. From here on out, the Popeyes, Chick-fil-A, and Wendy’s feud will be known as the most savage in Twitter history.

A few weeks ago, Popeyes crafted its first chicken sandwich ever. It was a magical day and ever since then, people on Twitter cannot stop singing its praises. Seriously, it’s apparently so good that food delivery drivers are allegedly stealing them just to get a taste of heaven. Anyway, as you can imagine, other fast food restaurants who serve up chicken have been getting a little testy now that Popeyes is getting all the attention.

Just yesterday, Chick-fil-A tried to claim the chicken sandwich throne, by tweeting “Bun + Chicken + Pickles = all the ❤️ for the original.” (The Popeyes sandwich is made with New-Orleans style fried chicken, a toasted brioche bun, pickles, and either spicy Cajun spread or regular mayo.)

Predictably, Twitter started dragging Chick-fil-A, and Popeyes even responded to their attempted shade. Popeyes simply made fun of the chicken chain and responded with, “… y’all good?”

… y’all good? https://t.co/lPaTFXfnyP


Chick-fil-A didn’t respond to that tweet but that wasn’t the end of the drama! Next, Wendy’s decided to pipe up and tweet, “Y’all out here fighting about which of these fools has the second best chicken sandwich.” It was pure clownery, according to Twitter.

Okay sis pic.twitter.com/izUKnnFXT4

And Popeyes clapped back with a comment that weirdly just makes it sound like their food is dry and salty. And don’t worry, Wendy’s picked up on that and tweeted, “Lol, guess that means the food’s as dry as the jokes.”

lol, guess that means the food’s as dry as the jokes https://t.co/aX3XnRunNW

I know we’re all tired of this now, but it! Didn’t! End! There!

One guy that begged Wendy’s for a year of free chicken nuggets even asked Wendy’s to stop tweeting. Damn, it be your own people sometimes! Naturally, Popeyes tweeted that, but not before they tried and failed to properly format the tweet a few times. And of course, Wendy’s called them out for not knowing how to use Twitter.

. @Wendys even Carter wants you to stop https://t.co/4nMbAVFU3z

lol, it literally took you three times to even properly format a tweet. It’s been a big day, it’s ok to logoff. pic.twitter.com/11BoWi0e50

Okay, I know I’m tired, and this debate can go on forever, so I came up with the perfect solution. All these chains can send their best sammies this way so I can conduct an ~official~ taste test, you know, for science.

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