Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, March 8
Burger King was on Women’s Day grilled for posting a statement “Women belong in the kitchen”.
And guess –who was the first to roast them–none other than the food giant, KFC, suggesting Burger King to delete the tweet immediately.
Soon, the tweet created a flutter on social media and Burger King got the taste of its own medicine. Burger King was flayed heavely over its comment, but, the American fast food chain said it was a part of their campaign for gender equality.
Below are the tweets:
Women belong in the kitchen.
— Burger King (@BurgerKingUK) March 8, 2021
— KFC Gaming (@kfcgaming) March 8, 2021
I won’t be eating at your store again thanks
— ChildishTalksHipHop🐻 (@childish_santan) March 8, 2021
I will eat for 3 days from your restaurant for this tweet
— سعيد (@iSaw62) March 8, 2021
This is the worst possible advertising campaign you could have thought of
— Ruth (@strangererthngs) March 8, 2021
A culinary career?! In Burger King??!! 😂
— Liam (@Liam_murray2311) March 8, 2021
Proof this could have even fit in one tweet
Please don’t use sexism as clickbait. The men in my mentions proves the damage you’re causing by doing this. pic.twitter.com/G0VKGgiZQp
— Becca (@BeccaBeckery) March 8, 2021