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.

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.

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]

RELATED: How Fast-Food Restaurants Started Talking Like Teens