- Nando's recently reacted very hilariously to a clip of what a grilled chicken #SilhoutteChallenge would look like
- The fast-food company's clap-back comes after a Twitter user suggested that Nando's would do the challenge in a similar way to the clip
- As usual, South Africans were left both laughing out loud and complimenting the Nando's marketing team
Nando's has steadily built itself a reputation for having a very lit social media and advertising presence. Once again they headed online and proved themselves worthy of praise after sharing a hilarious clap-back to a cheeky Twitter user.
@Joe_Human tweeted a clip of a chicken that is made out to look like it was taking part in the popular #SilhoutteChallenge. The chicken, which first pecks the ground for some food, is then seen being grilled on open flames.
In the caption, Joe remarked that this would probably be what a Nando's #SilhoutteChallenge would look like.
"If the guys at @NandosSA did the #SilhoutteChallenge," he wrote.
Nandos however did not agree and subsequently took to criticising the quality of the lighting and shadows in the clip. They then responded:
"Nagana our TikTok debut being a shadow and bad lighting, fela? Nka screama gore!"
Mzansi loved it. Many took to the comment section to share their thoughts. A few of which you can read below:
"Nandi, you deserve a job as the president's spokesperson. A lot of us would fall in line."
"I have been waiting for this moment Nando's awenze odume ngakho."
"Whoever is behind this account deserves an eWallet yhuu, kea screama!"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nando's Malaysia recently announced a creative competition on its Twitter page. Taking to the app, they asked Nando's fans to retweet an ad of theirs and achieve no likes or retweets to win a voucher.
"Quote tweet this tweet and get 0 likes, 0 RTs and 0 comments by 8pm tomorrow. Winner gets a Nando's voucher on us! And maybe we'll throw in a little more surprise," they wrote on their timeline.
South African Nando's fanatics seemed completely unbothered by the fact that the competition was in fact based in Malaysia, rushing to take part in the competition. While many South Africans shared the tweet in a bid to win the free voucher, a lot more were left laughing out loud by the craziness of it all, heading to Twitter to share jokes.
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