- There is a new chicken fast-food brand in South Africa and Nando's has already taken jabs at them
- Kauai's owner launched Free Bird and Nando's made a witty play on the brand's name
- However, Kauai decided to clap back and called out Nando's for being 'unhealthy'
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Kauai's owner has launched a new fast-food brand in South Africa called Free Bird, and it will be competition for the likes of KFC and Nando's.
So, after news broke about Free Bird, Nando's took a shot at the owner of the brand, Kauai. Playing on the company's name, Nando's tagged Kauai Global and asked:
"This you? Why Kwaai? #dontgobacktonormal."
Take a look at the post:
Nando's is known for its fiery comments and posts on Twitter but that didn't stop Kauai on clapping back.
"That’s funny! Not so funny are the abnormal rates of avoidable type 2 diabetes in South Africa. So, we’ll leave the funny to you guys and you can leave the healthy to us. #dontgobacktoabnormal."
Nando's did not leave it there and reacted with:
"We’ve had a healthy obsession with flame-grilling since ‘87."
This time, Nando's didn't get the last say and Kauai asked why they stopped there:
"But, why stop there? Free range is kwaai! #DontGoBackToAbnormal."
South Africans reacted to Nando's jab and the new brand that is set to launch.
Twitter user, @Breegymabreegy, commented:
"Someone is catching feelings hey NandosSA."
Briefly.co.za reported previously Nando's is known for being witty and savage on social media. Whoever is behind the admin of @NandosSA's Twitter page has had South Africans laughing out loud more times than we can count.
This time, the fast food chain restaurant reacted to a social media user, @Ori_Debig_Beats, posting snaps of himself with his chicken on Twitter. Nando's decided to share their thoughts on the snaps and commented:
"This chicken has a SoundCloud page innit? Drop the mandem's link."
In other news, the US head of state has now joined the #JerusalemaChallenge thanks to David Scott, who is known as The Kiffness.
He put together videos of President Donald Trump dancing over Master KG and Nomcebo's hit song Jerusalema. The video had South Africans laughing out loud and gathered thousands of views in just a day.
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