A lot of restaurants serve chicken sandwiches, especially the ones where the poultry is breaded and crispy.
Lately, this handheld goodness has become the subject of a Twitter war involving two fast-food giants: Popeyes and Chick-fil-A.
Popeyes is known mainly as a fried chicken restaurant that is a rival to Kentucky Fried Chicken, while Chick-fil-A is known for their chicken sandwiches that would put them on par with McDonald’s, Burger King, and Wendy’s.
Now, they are competiting with customers for a simple crispy chicken sandwich with the basic features: bun, pickles, sauce, and that big breaded chicken patty.
Popeyes just introduced its sandwich, and tweeted a picture of it:
Chick-fil-A would eventually tweet with what one would think would be a response to Popeyes, though it could just be a tribute to its original chicken sandwich.
Still, it has Twitter nation divided and choosing sides – #TeamPopeyes or #TeamChickFilA.
Users did take note of a potential chicken war, taking sides themselves.
Other restaurants got in on the fun as well:
So basically, Popeyes introduced a sandwich that has customers seeing a resemblance between that and Chick-fil-A’s original.
No word on whether or not the new menu item is here to stay, but Popeyes did respond to Chick-fil-A’s tweet with a simple question:
Safe to say, this war won’t be going away anytime soon.
Which do you prefer?
Article Courtesy of 93.1 WZAK-FM Cleveland and Urban One, Inc.
First Picture Courtesy of Popeyes
Second Picture Courtesy of Dominik Bindl and Getty Images
Third through Sixteenth Picture, First through Twelfth Tweet, and First through Third Gif Courtesy of Twitter
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