Your favourite breakfast cereal, Weetabix, is causing quite a stir on Twitter, and some of the world’s largest brands have shared their remarks on the issue.
It all started when Weetbix suggested eating their cereal with Heinz baked beans!
As you can imagine, no one was for it. Most especially top brands including Nandos, KFC, and Dominos Pizza who shared their disapproval in the comment section.
The replies were where the magic happened, as Twitter users saw a less promotional, more comical version of their favourite brands. It definitely makes for a fun scroll reading the snarky comments made by top brands.
DSTV got in on the action
It takes an xtraview to catch-up with this combo!— DStv Nigeria (@DStvNg) February 9, 2021
So did Domino’s
Us: Pineapple on pizza is the most controversial food ever.— Domino's Pizza UK (@Dominos_UK) February 9, 2021
Weetabix: Hold my spoon.
Even country accounts got in on the action.
Finally something that all Middle-Eastern countries can agree on.— Israel ישראל (@Israel) February 9, 2021
Also, want to know how you can upgrade your weetabix? Hummus. #HaveYouHadYourWeetabix
Nandos seemed worried.
You okay hun? DM's are open if you need to talk 💖— Nando's (@NandosUK) February 9, 2021
KFC wanted to resolve the issue.
Let’s set aside our differences to prosecute this under the Geneva Convention.— KFC UK & Ireland (@KFC_UKI) February 9, 2021
Other brands also had a lot to say.
We've bean looking into this after a number of complaints today. Due to its serious nature, we've passed it over to our major incident team who deals with cereal killers!— GMP Manchester City Centre (@GMPCityCentre) February 9, 2021
Trust us, this is not a Match— Tinder UK (@TinderUk) February 9, 2021
Look at what you've done now … pic.twitter.com/XdVD3uTOJf— Google UK (@GoogleUK) February 9, 2021
We're from Switzerland, so we're staying out of this.— Toblerone (@Toblerone) February 9, 2021
Even Kenya’s own Farmer’s Choice Ltd joined in.
Last time we checked, breakfast looked like this 😎… pic.twitter.com/7GIlEhehTN— Farmer's Choice Ltd (@FarmersChoiceKE) February 10, 2021