Coronavirus: Nando's throws shade at KFC: "Finger licking isn't good"

Coronavirus: Nando's throws shade at KFC: "Finger licking isn't good"

- Nando's has once again thrown shade at their rivals, KFC

- The spicy restaurant outlet urged South Africans to wash their hands

- Nando's told Mzansi that licking your fingers is not good

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The fast-food outlet has on numerous occasions delivered fiery clap-backs and savage digs. This time, Nando's threw shade at KFC's slogan, "Finger licking good".

The fast-food restaurant talked about the importance of washing one's hands amid the coronavirus outbreak and wrote:

"Turns out finger licking isn't good."

Take a look at the post below:

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South Africans found the burn hilarious and they expressed their views online.

Twitter user, @Mbalimashininii, commented:

"We demand to see the face behind this tweet."

Another tweep, @monembe_kp, added:

"Lol always throwing shade."

Lebo Lindi Nhlapo, who goes by the Twitter handle @LeboLindi, said:

"You're the best."

It's not the first time Nando's threw shade at KFC. Briefly.co.za previously reported 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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Source: Briefly.co.za

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