Kentucky Fried Chicken Goes Viral For Tweeting About BTS Suga’s Collab With Halsey

But there’s another reason why KFC tweeted…

The latest member of the BTS ARMY is… KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken)?

Recently, Halsey released a reimagining of their song “Lilith,” featuring BTS’s Suga, for Blizzard Entertainment‘s action role-playing dungeon crawler video game series Diablo IV.

The official Twitter account for Diablo shared the link to the “Lilith” music video, and it got a reply from the fried chicken fast food chain. KFC commented, “collab of the century.”

ARMYs were shocked to see KFC in the replies to the post. Some agreed this is why the chain is superior.

KFC’s tweet earned a reply from not only Diablo but several ARMYs. It was certainly a good move on its social media manager’s part, as a few even said they would go get some fried chicken, thanks to the tweet.

Of course, KFC is not the only fast-food chain to show support for BTS. Most famously, McDonald’s even released The BTS Meal.

While we could hope for a BTS Meal at KFC, too, following the Jack Harlow meal…

The real reason KFC tweeted in response to Diablo‘s post is that the fast food chain has a current collaboration with neither of the music artists, Halsey or Suga, but actually the video game. Currently, KFC is advertising their “Diablo” spicy chicken sandwich and the Double Down in partnership with Diablo IV. You can even unlock in-game rewards if you make qualified purchases through July 2.

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