Oftentimes, big established brand?s social media accounts uphold a very high degree of both restraint and politeness. However, Wendy?s has recently decided to go rogue and break it?s friendly facade. The Wendy’s Twitter account has been publicly roasting Twitter users. And no, the account has not been hacked, it really is Wendy?s!
Let It Burn
Twitter has given rise to a lot of funny shenanigans last 2016. The last most notable one was when everyone was begging 2016 to leave Betty White alone. Wendys is kicking off the drama on Twitter this 2017 by roasting unsuspecting users.
Trolls and downright rude people have been littering the cyberspace since the Internet?s first conception. Twitter is definitely not safe from trolling and is a pretty common battleground for gags and insults. Company Twitter accounts have often been victims of trolling and the accounts have always either given a respectful corporate response or completely ignore such trolling.
The Wendys Twitter account has, however, turned over a new leaf and is flat out roasting anyone who dares to troll Wendys. The result has been hilarious so far.
Twitter user sophiesphoenix attacks Wendy by saying: ?why do ya’ll eat @wendys? their nuggets and burgers aint sh*t smh.” The Wendy?s Twitter account promptly replied to her saying: ?@sophiesphoenix delete your account?
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With such a dramatic change in The Wendy?s account?s replies to users, many believe that the account must have been hacked. But Business Insider reports that this is not the case and that an official Wendy?s representative has confirmed that the Wendy?s Twitter account has not been hacked.
It?s still a mystery whether the Wendy?s account will be keeping their new way of responding to haters. But many sure welcome the comical change. If you?re still skeptical about all this then we challenge you to go troll Wendy?s Twitter account right now, but expect to be roasted (you have been warned).
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