Whataburger Blocked Wingstop On Twitter And Now They're Feuding.

We all love our Wingstop. We all love our Whataburger.

But now that they're feuding, do we need to pick sides?

Earlier today, the companies appeared to start beefing on Twitter. The start of the Internet scuffle occurred when the San Antonio-based Whataburger blocked Dallas-based Wingstop on Twitter earlier today.

Then, Whataburger responded, acknowledging in the process that this beef is very real:

Wondering why these companies — ones so beloved by Texans far and wide — are beefing? Here are some guesses:

• The social media person at Whataburger accidentally blocked Wingstop, and this is just a joke or marketing ploy.
• This was orchestrated and is just a joke or marketing ploy.
• This is just a joke or marketing ploy.
• Whataburger thinks Wingstop's tweets are not fire.
• This is a way to appeal to the younger consumers on Twitter, a marketing technique, meaning that this is a joke or marketing ploy.
• Whataburger and Wingstop need two gats to go to sleep; moms ain't safe up in the streets.

Cover photo via Whataburger's Facebook page.

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