- Chicken Licken decided to get a little more creative and worked on an advert with Hollywood's David Hasselhoff
- The advert highlights what people have to deal with in South Africa when it comes to customer service
- Mzansi social media users loved the advert and admired the fast-food franchise for going all-out
Popular Hollywood actor David Hasselhof has teamed up with South African fast-food franchise Chicken Licken to make a fire advert. Mzansi is absolutely loving the creative advert and have been commenting with their thoughts online.
In the advert, the message that they were trying to get across is that South African customer service is not always a thrilling ride. Hasselhof contacted a business asking if he could get some help and the responses he received were not cool at all.
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At the end of the phone call, the actor was left furious because of the service he received. What Chicken Licken was trying to convey is that Hasselhof was not going to be getting the same service he does in the US.
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Mzansi social media users live for creative adverts and this time was no different. Check out the reactions below:
"Guys, we need to buy more Chicken Licken. They are doing too much."
"After these adverts, we need more Chicken Licken outlets."
"I wonder how much you paid this man for these ads."
"This was probably inspired by that Trevor Noah 10111 stand up."
Things are starting to get a little more creative in Mzansi
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