Wendy’s is a fast food chain that is known for creating buzz on social media especially Twitter. They’re known for their cheeky responses to tweets that would normally go unanswered by most of the brands on Twitter. Earlier this year a teen asked them about how many retweets would it take, for him to win free supply of chicken nuggets and they responded with 18 million. Teen shared the tweet asking for people to retweet it and his call was answered by millions to make, making it the most retweeted tweet of all time with more than 3.6 million retweets as of now.
HELP ME PLEASE. A MAN NEEDS HIS NUGGS pic.twitter.com/4SrfHmEMo3— Carter Wilkerson (@carterjwm) April 6, 2017
Yes, he didn’t really get to 18 million retweets but being on top of most retweeted tweets was enough for him to win his nuggets.
Now the same Wendy’s which is not very popular in UAE joined #SaidNoOneEverInTheUAE, a trending hashtag to take a dig at MCDonald’s UAE.https://twitter.com/wendysuae/status/895596954297794560
People were not willing to let it go.
No one in uae knows you 😂— ً (@nochuwings) August 10, 2017
But Wendy’s UAE always had a comeback.
You do now 😊— Wendy's Middle East (@WendysMENA) August 10, 2017
Some were really impressed.
I thought only the American Wendy's is a savage— Taif ✨طيف (@IItifaII) August 11, 2017
The ‘burger wars’ reference was made.
Free stuff also became a part of discussion.
come to @wendysuae and your Nutella Frosty is on us 😘— Wendy's Middle East (@WendysMENA) August 10, 2017
Before all of this McDonald’s had also made their attempt on joining the fun.
It's late and all restaurants are closed! #SaidNoOneintheUAEever— McDonald's UAE (@McDonaldsUAE) August 9, 2017
In the end it was all in good humor.
hahahah it's all fun and buns 🍔— Wendy's Middle East (@WendysMENA) August 10, 2017
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