On Monday, the Burger King U.K. account tweeted outa message simply reading "women belong in the kitchen." The brand followed it up with another tweet, clarifying that women only belong in the...
Mar 08, 2021 · Apparently the Burger King UK Twitter coordinator didn't get this message because it sent the following tweet. Women belong in the kitchen. — Burger King (@BurgerKingUK) March 8, 2021.
Mar 08, 2021 · The chain, which uses different Twitter handles for its United Kingdom and United States operations, posted "Women belong in the kitchen" on its United Kingdom account Monday morning. Women belong...
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Burger King U.K. is apologizing for a tweet shared on International Women's Day which simply read, "Women belong in the kitchen." Burger King apologizes, deletes 'women belong in the kitchen ...
Mar 08, 2021 · In honor of International Women’s Day, Burger King UK tweeted a controversial joke that was immediately grilled on Twitter. “Women belong in the kitchen,” the official UK Twitter account tweeted on...
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Mar 08, 2021 · On Monday, which is also International Women's Day, the Twitter account for Burger King UK tweeted "Women belong in the kitchen." In a series of subsequent threaded tweets, the fast food giant...
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Mar 08, 2021 · Burger King UK Says ‘Women Belong In the Kitchen’. Burger King UK deliberately stirred controversy by tweeting that “Women belong in the kitchen” — before pulling a woke bait-and-switch. “Women belong in the kitchen,” the fast-food chain posted on its official UK account, as if in imitation of a typical left-liberal caricature of an unreconstructed social conservative.
Mar 08, 2021 · UNITED KINGDOM (ABC4) – Burger King’s United Kingdom division is receiving some backlash after a early Monday morning tweet to mark International Women’s Day. Shortly after 2 a.m. local time, Burger King UK tweeted, “Women belong in the kitchen.” Women belong in the kitchen. — Burger King (@BurgerKingUK) March 8, 2021
Mar 09, 2021 · On International Women's Day, Burger King UK took to Twitter and shared the message: 'Women belong in the kitchen' (pictured)
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Mar 08, 2021 · Fast-food company Burger King planned a social media campaign to coincide with International Women’s Day but executives ended up playing defense after the Twitter post, “Women belong in the...
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