Wendy's Is Officially Bringing Back Their Spicy Chicken Nuggets–And It's All Thanks To A Chance The Rapper Tweet
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This is not a drill, everyone!


Spicy chicken nuggets will return to the Wendy's menu thanks to Chance the Rapper, who tweeted and asked for their return.

It all started with this simple tweet:

We can't blame Chance for his faith: Spicy chicken nuggets were SO GOOD and just why they were taken off the menu is still a mystery to the rest of us.

Then Wendy's responded with a challenge: The big people upstairs were open to bringing back spicy chicken nuggets, but only if the support was there.

That support translated to a call for 2 million likes.

People delivered... and so did Wendy's.

To say people were thrilled would be an understatement. It's the little things, right?






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