Buffalo Wild Wings apologizes for vulgar tweets

Buffalo Wild Wings apologizes for vulgar tweets

Buffalo Wild Wings apologizes for vulgar tweets

Buffalo Wild Wings exterior on February 1, 2018 in Jacksonville, Florida.

The Twitter feed for Buffalo Wild Wings was hacked on Friday night, with the account posting a number of profane and racist messages, including using the N-word. "We apologize for the terrible posts, which obviously did not come from us".

The posts that briefly appeared on the account's timeline included several that mentioned the N-word, a crude comment about a "secret recipe" ingredient at the restaurant and an offensive swipe at popular USA food chain Wendy's. We apologize for the very bad posts, which obviously did not come from us.

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This marked yet another scandal to plague the Buffalo Wild Wings house after the company offered to give a homeless man a year supply of chicken wings, a Walmart gift card and a hotel room after an employee wrote on his order ticket: "For homeless fuck!"

A spokeswoman for the company said Buffalo Wild Wings had been in touch with Twitter and would "pursue the appropriate action against the individuals involved". Tariq Nasheed, a film producer, called for a personal apology from Buffalo Wild Wings after one of the now-tweets described him as a "racist coon". "We apologize for the very bad posts, which obviously did not come from us". But it still isn't a great look, to say the least.

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