Brace yourself, Wendy's fans. The fast food chain announced it's bringing back spicy chicken nuggets and it's all because of a viral tweet.
On Saturday, Chance the Rapper tweeted about the beloved fast food, saying "Postive Affirmations for today: I WILL have a good day, I WILL succeed today, Wendy's WILL bring back spicy nuggets at some point please please Lord let it be today."
Positive Affirmations for today: I WILL have a good day, I Will succeed today, Wendy’s WILL bring back spicy nuggets at some point please please Lord let it be today.— Chance The Rapper Album in July (@chancetherapper) May 4, 2019
The fast food chain took notice and followed up with a reply, saying if they could get two million likes on their tweet, they would bring the nuggets back.
Y’all keep asking, so here’s your chance.— Wendy's (@Wendys) May 4, 2019
The people in charge say if you guys can get our tweet (this one right here) to 2 Million likes, they will bring SPICY CHICKEN NUGGETS BACK.
Let’s freakin’ do this! https://t.co/qrtvWXjj9V
Then Twitter went to work. Just after midnight on Monday, the tweet hit the two million mark and Wendy's announced they will make good on their promise.
THIS IS NOT A DRILL!— Wendy's (@Wendys) May 6, 2019
Spicy Chicken Nuggets are coming back! Y’all are crazy!
That took like a day and a half! WHAT?!
We don’t know when yet, gotta figure it out, but soon, and ok, LOSING IT RIGHT NOW THIS IS AMAZING!!
Wendy's took its spicy nuggest off the menu in 2017.
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