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Leaked Chick-fil-A tweet, Chick-fil-A to Reference Black Customers

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Leaked Chick-fil-A tweet, Chick-fil-A to Reference Black Customers
Leaked Chick-fil-A tweet, Chick-fil-A to Reference Black Customers
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Chick-fil-A has been condemned over tweets that appear to refer to black customers. #ChickfilA #criticised #tweet #appears #to #refer #to #black #customers Welcome to O L A S M E D I A TV NEWS.

Allegations that Chick-fil-A racially profiled a black customer on Twitter led to Chick-fil-social A’s media boycott. The fast-food restaurant issued a statement regretting the “miswording” of its response to consumers’ inquiries regarding hot meals.

Leaked Chick-fil-A tweet

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A user tweeted to The Chicken Restaurant on Friday, requesting “Luxurious grilled spicy chicken nuggets but still no spicy chicken nuggets…@ChickfilA.”

The official Twitter account of the restaurant chain replied, “Your community will be the first to know if the spicy meal is added to the permanent menu, Don! When spicy cuisine is introduced to the permanent menu, Don’s community will be notified first.

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According to NBC News, the initial tweet received only a few comments, however, Chick-fil-answer A’s became viral and was shared thousands of times. “Explain yourself – come on!” commented one user. Oh, tonight we’re going to Popeye’s, said another.

Others saw that Chick-fil-Twitter A’s account frequently replied to tweets with the phrase “your community.” “The neighborhood resembles the region. Check out at least a week’s worth of their tweets.”

In a statement to NBC News, a Chick-fil-A representative stated, “The response was a misnomer, but it was in no way intended to be rude or insulting.”

We frequently refer to the areas where we run our restaurants and provide service to the nearby towns as “communities” in a broad sense.

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