- South African social media scene is blown away by Nandos’ recent post critical of drumsticks sold in Kasi or townships
- As some tweeps praise the restaurant’s social media account admin, some argue that Nandos is just unfair on the chicken sold eKasi
- Moreover, many are laughing at the poet mentioned by Nandos where some of the followers are not convinced it really exists
South African fast food outlet Nandos is definitely becoming a hit on social media with their online presence seemingly impressing the users.
A recent post by the famed restaurant has left many Twitter users in stitches as they have also praised the account’s administrator.
In a post shared on Twitter, a poet is in denial that the drumsticks served were actually bought at Nandos, alleging that they are the ones sold in the townships – that is what brings laughter to the users.
While many believe and praised the ingredients used by the food outlet, many have also looked at the poet, asking questions on whether it is real or just fiction but some have also warned the chain store to have courtesy for Kasi dwellers. Reads a tweet:
“A Yanos poet once said: "Ase Nando's, ke di drumsticks tsa ko kasi.”
“Admin ya @NandosSA needs a Kasi name now..bo ma nandzozo...because wow.”
“This admin should be found and dealt with.”
“Stop undermining Kasi man, Nando's is Nando's because of people from Kasi you bloody nice and tasty chicken.”
“I'm trying to hold myself not to laugh but I can't.”
“Nandos... Why are your tweets so funny...?”
Briefly News reported that Nando's had once again left social media as lit as ever after they roasted one of their customers who headed to Twitter to share the surprise she had when she purchased one of their meals and expected it to come with some chicken.
Soon social media users were in the comment section sharing their hilarious thoughts.
This website also reported that Nandos' social media team literally doesn't rest and the evidence of this is the fact that they grab every single opportunity they find online to entertain their thousands of fans.
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