Olubowale Victor Akintimehin, a rapper who goes by the stage name Wale, accidentally started a surprising Twitter argument among fans over whether jelly belongs on his favorite sandwich or not.
The rapper Tweeted:
"I don't know who needs to hear this , but jelly 100 percent belongs on a TurkeyBaconEggNCheese Sandwich."
We're not completely sure if that means "turkey bacon, egg, and cheese" or "turkey, bacon, egg, and cheese," but it's sparked quite the quarrel on Twitter.
I don’t know who needs to hear this , but jelly 100 percent belongs on a TurkeyBaconEggNCheese Sandwich.— Wale (@Wale)1556196723.0
Some people took great exception to the idea.
Nope! RT @Wale: I don’t know who needs to hear this , but jelly 100 percent belongs on a TurkeyBaconEggNCheese Sandwich.— Forrest Rump (@Forrest Rump)1556197095.0
@EvilJeanyis Wow. I thought u were a man of extraordinarie taste. I’m befuddled— Wale (@Wale)1556197487.0
@Wale @EvilJeanyis He straight BEFUDDLED out here !! The debauchery— jackie (@jackie)1556226377.0
Another argument was waged in the comments over which type of jelly should be applied to the sandwich.
@Wale Which one though... grape or strawberry?!? #questionsthatneedanswers— Hair by Charli Rae (@Hair by Charli Rae)1556199003.0
A majority seemed to be on team strawberry.
@hairbycharlirae @Wale Strawberry. Always strawberry. 🍓— RoLynn (@RoLynn)1556229391.0
@hairbycharlirae @Wale Strawberry!! All day— King-C 79 (@King-C 79)1556225960.0
@hairbycharlirae @Wale Strawberry ☺️— BruhDatsJu (@BruhDatsJu)1556230981.0
Some were team grape.
@hairbycharlirae @Wale Grape! Dafuq?!?! Strawberry? https://t.co/6d1riBkRRS— Not my president... (@Not my president...)1556211328.0
@Wale @JiggyTheGod I put grape jelly on a toasted English muffin with bacon, egg, and cheese...call it a Gregg McMuffin.— Arik Baldwin Strategies (@Arik Baldwin Strategies)1556221077.0
There was a sizeable apple jelly contingent as well.
@hairbycharlirae @Wale Apple jelly— Nina🌞 (@Nina🌞)1556221823.0
@hairbycharlirae @Wale try apple jelly! i use it with ham— Ocasio-Villarreal ^_^ ⭐️⭐️⭐️🇺🇸😤 (@Ocasio-Villarreal ^_^ ⭐️⭐️⭐️🇺🇸😤)1556232507.0
Wale eventually weighed in with the answer.
Skrawwwbury https://t.co/b2Sf2M5tfv— Wale (@Wale)1556199137.0
Someone offered a non-jelly suggestion.
@Wale I have to that combination, use bbq sauce next time and thank me later.— BeautifulBliss (@BeautifulBliss)1556196872.0
Wale was... less than enthusiastic about the idea.
@JiggyTheGod Grotesque— Wale (@Wale)1556197740.0
@Wale We're not doing this today 😭😭😭 The next time I see you can settle this 🗣— BeautifulBliss (@BeautifulBliss)1556198051.0
He was also not a fan of another user's idea.
Na.. they need to give u life for that https://t.co/RKDxvDe4kI— Wale (@Wale)1556198159.0
Some users turned out in definite support of the jelly-on-breakfast-sandwich idea.
@Wale All fact Wale, let the world know! This sandwich: Jelly on one slice, butter on the other, egg, turkey bacon… https://t.co/7a26dBHz0s— Estrella Candelaria (@Estrella Candelaria)1556196971.0
@starcandee @Wale @Hardees frisco breakfast sandwich (with egg, ham & cheese) with jelly.... super yummy!!! https://t.co/XwRM1ARV60— 💗💗💗Nun Ya💗💗💗 (@💗💗💗Nun Ya💗💗💗)1556252036.0
@starcandee @Wale Jelly on all breakfast sandwiches or biscuits— seen_you wiff keiffah (@seen_you wiff keiffah)1556215921.0
If you haven't tried jelly on a breakfast sandwich, but like the combination of sweet and salty flavors, it might be time to give it a try. The combo seemed surprisingly popular.