- Nando's shaded their competitors selling chicken nuggets with a clip on Twitter
- In the clip, a customer is heard asking a rival fast-food chicken outlet's employee where the nuggets come from
- At the end of the conversation, Nando’s can be heard saying: “At Nando’s, we also don’t know what a nugget is"
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Nando's is known for more than just its hot peri-peri chicken. The fast-food outlet has on numerous occasions delivered fiery clap-backs and savage digs.
Last week, Nando's shaded its competitors selling chicken nuggets. Nando's shared a clip which appears to be a conversation between a rival fast-food chicken outlet and a customer.
The customer is heard asking if he can place an order but he wanted to ask a question first. He asks the lady what part of the chicken a nugget comes from.
The rival fast-food outlet's employee tries to explain that she can't answer that and the customer asks if it comes from the "bum" part of the chicken.
Nando's ended the video by adding:
“At Nando’s, we also don’t know what a nugget is. That’s why you won’t find it on our menu.”
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In another post, Nando's took the dig a step further and wrote they only sell "identifiable" pieces of chicken. Burn!
South Africans loved Nando's shade-throwing video and they expressed their views in the comments.
Nando's is known to be witty on social media and with their adverts. Briefly.co.za previously reported Nando's had the nation cackling with hilarious game called Mzansipoli.
The grilled chicken outlet released an advert for a game known as Mzansipoli. It's basically like the famous monopoly game using Mzansi rules. Examples of the game-play include using the 'white privilege' card to get out of jail.
Another example is having to part with your hard-earned money when you land on the 'black tax' spot. The creative and hilarious game has social media users talking.
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