- Fast food restaurant Nando's marketing team is a lean mean clapback machine that recently delivered yet another stinging blow
- Heading online, the food company delivered a great comeback to a lady who claimed she was not a fan of their food
- Many locals were left laughing out loud by Nando's and their amazing social media sense of humour
South African Nando's Twitter page is always so piping hot and full of humorous clapbacks that it's hard to keep up. Their latest clapback came swiftly after a young lady with the Twitter handle @UmiSays_ claimed she wasn't a fan of their food, except for one flavour.
"I’m not a Nando’s fan but that Mozam Paprika," she wrote.
Not long thereafter, the Nando's marketing team was on it and conjuring up the perfect response that left locals not only laughing out loud but promising that they will be visiting the restaurant shortly.
"Di qala so moes? Flirting nyana then jiki jiki you're within mjolo. We'll wait for you ausi. Swipe right into our DMs. We promise the talking stage won't last too long, we wanna send you you'll be a fan of!" they responded.
Meanwhile, locals had this to say:
"Lol you guys are too cute kodwa yaz."
"You though, this is not Tinder."
"On my way to Nando's."
"I am influenced, let me go to lunch."
"Admin of the year."
"Jiki jiki ausi will turn out to be a motivational speaker."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that It seems like no one is out of bounds for Nando's when it comes to poking fun. The latest victim of Nando's clever marketing and witty advertisements is South Africa's very own President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Referring to a batch of AstraZeneca vaccines on the verge of expiration that the government recently purchased and had to return, Nando's asked Ramaphosa, who had just gotten vaccinated, whether or not the new batch was expired or expiring soon.
"@CyrilRamaphosa e reng best before date?" they wrote hilariously.
Mzansi just could not deal. Many of them headed to the comment section to share hilarious comments and laugh out loud at Nando's ever-growing cheek.
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