‘Sike’: KFC Gaming says it’ll follow people back on Twitter, reveals it’s an April Fool’s prank | #bumble | #tinder | #pof | #onlinedating


KFC Gaming published a post on Twitter stating it would follow back anyone who said “I love you” to the brand on the social media platform before noon.

Turns out it was nothing more than an April Fool’s prank, although that didn’t stop thousands of people falling for it.

However, the prank wasn’t entirely pulling on people’s heartstrings; in a follow-up tweet, KFC Gaming confessed that, while they Twitter page had no intent of following anyone, people were still getting a bit of a treat.

“Sike, April Fool’s,” says the tweet. “We’ve got some free chicken for some of you instead, though.”

While people really have no trouble expressing their love for KFC on a regular basis, many are still perplexed over what in tarnation KFC Gaming actually is.

True, based on its name alone it would appear it’s a brand that combines the famous fried chicken chain with the past time of video games. This theory is made even more concrete after the brand released its own console back in December that comes complete with a compartment which keeps fried chicken warm (no, seriously—this is true, not another April Fool’s prank).

KFC also released an online dating simulator called, “I Love you, Colonel Sanders! A Finger Lickin’ Good Dating Simulator,” (again, this is for real, not a joke), which allows partners to pursue an anime Colonel Sanders as not only a business partner, but a romantic one as well.

And yet, despite both these ventures, it remains unclear as to whether KFC Gaming is a serious business or one of the biggest, most complex troll accounts in the history of the Internet.

Still, free chicken sounds like a pretty sweet deal, though.



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