Blocking someone on Twitter can be serious business. Shots were definitely fired this morning when Wingstop tweeted out the photo below, showing that Whataburger blocked the chicken-wing chain from following or viewing the @Whataburger account.


https://twitter.com/wingstop/status/643486188297261056

Whataburger and Wingstop aren’t new to the beef game, though. Earlier this year, Whataburger took shots at Meek Mill during his highly publicized conflict with Drake. Meanwhile, Wingstop has a high-profile relationship with Rick Ross, a rapper who is definitely not one to shy away from beef.


For a bit, we were left to guess why the burger chain wasn’t feeling the wing slingers on this particular Monday morning. But then Whataburger responded to Wingstop’s #SquashTheBeef campaign in the most Whataburger way possible.

https://twitter.com/Whataburger/status/643548108731772928


If we know anything about rap-style fast food beef—which we do—this won’t be the last you hear about the Whataburger vs. Wingstop saga.

[via Twitter]

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