Halloween has become the season of roasting in the competitive Call of Duty community, and the latest victim is Team Kaliber owner Justing 'KOSDFF' Chandler.
Kentucky Fried Chicken's gaming Twitter page went all out on KOSDFF after he responded to one of their online promotions, calling it a "fake giveaway."
Now while he may have been joking, KFC replied by throwing a shot at tK's CoD team, which currently is nonexistent after having been disbanded.
"Apologies, we'll send some free chicken to the tK CoD team," they tweeted.
KOSDFF was not impressed, and he replied with a picture of a long line of people standing outside Chic-Fil-A, a chicken-based eatery that is a business rival of KFC's.
"Right after that, send some to your customers," he replied. This was when KFC threw down the haymaker, hitting KOSDFF with a reply that had Twitter buzzing.
"We count 25 people in that picture, almost the amount of tournaments you competed in before tK won a championship."
We count 25 people in that picture, almost the amount of tournaments you competed in before tK won a championship.— KFC Gaming (@kfcgaming) October 31, 2018
The response caught a lot of people's attention, and it was clear that KFC had just claimed victory in their war of words, and there really was no way back for the tK owner.
The Twitter faithful had already seen enough, and the hilarious reactions to the last reply came pouring in shortly after.
Alright who's running this account?— FaZe Attach (@Attach) October 31, 2018
lmaoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo— Philip Whitfield (@Momo) October 31, 2018
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