Wendy’s wins Twitter beef, gets toasted by internet

This Friday, March 21, 2014, file photo, shows a Wendy's restaurant in Providence, R.I. AP Photo/Michael Dwyer, File

Wendy’s is winning kudos on social media for its amusing beef with a Twitter troll.

It started Monday when a Twitter user accused the fast food chain of lying about using “fresh, never frozen” beef for its hamburgers. After Wendy’s reiterated its fresh beef policy , the user asked if the company delivered it raw on a hot truck. Wendy’s rhetorically asked the user where cold things are stored that aren’t frozen. The user responded with a claim that McDonald’s served a better breakfast, to which Wendy’s said, “You don’t have to bring them into this just because you forgot refrigerators existed for a second there.”


A number of Twitter users are praising Wendy’s for the social media smack down, with some saying whoever runs the Wendy’s account deserves a raise.