What a time to be alive. When Wendy's first opened in 1969 in Columbus, Ohio, the last thing on the long list of achievements they hoped to accomplish would have been to drop a mix-tape that was absolute fire. They finally accomplished that goal this weekend when the fast food chain put out an album entitled, "We Beefin?" on Spotify and the iTunes store.

Strangely enough, there's nothing illegal about what they've done and the ten minute-long album features lyrics that seem to "diss" other fast food places. With songs like “Twitter Fingers,” “Rest in Grease,” and “4 for 4$," Wendy's adds to the ongoing internet "beef" that they have been provoking over twitter with other chains.

Wendy's truly cooks all these other places with lyrics like, " And BK (Burger King) don't think that you got away, you copied my old menu and put it out on replay," and the sneak diss at McDonald's "You number 1? That's a joke. Why yo' ice cream machine always broke?" I guess we will have to see how the other chains react to this brutal diss move. Could we see A McDonald's diss album soon? Only time will tell.

Here the album here:



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