KFC Temporarily Suspends â€˜Finger Lickinâ€™ CatchphraseKFC is dropping its â€œfinger lickin'â€ slogan amid the coronavirus pandemic. In a statementÂ bearing the headline, â€œAnd the winner of the award for the most inappropriate slogan for 2020 goes to...KFCâ€, the fast food chain said that the â€œiconic slogan doesnâ€™t quite fit in the current environmentâ€. Catherine Tan-Gillespien, Global Chief Marketing Officer at KFC, further reassured customers that the â€œfood craved by so many people around the world isnâ€™t changing one bitâ€. â€œFinger lickinâ€™â€, which has been behind the brand for 64 years, will be blurred out in new advertising materials.
KFC has suspended its â€œFinger Lickinâ€™ Goodâ€ slogan, as it doesnâ€™t fit with the current environment. Instead theyâ€™re going with â€œWeâ€™re all gonna die, might as well be from a heart attack.â€â€” 22Minutes (@22_Minutes) August 25, 2020
KFC acknowledges that, with a pandemic going on, finger lickinâ€™ is "not currently advised.â€ https://t.co/JGghUEuCNUâ€” Adweek (@Adweek) August 25, 2020
Kagwe Mungaiâ€™s â€˜Mean Tweetsâ€™ Address Bites BackKagwe Mungai seemingly amplified online trolls with his 'Mean Tweets' address. The Kenyan singer recently posted a YouTube video where he responded to Twitter abuse from his harshest â€œcriticsâ€. The (now deleted) two-minute video saw Kagwe hit back with some â€œtrash-talkingâ€ of his own referring to the trollsâ€™ mothers and netizens were not having it, despite the significant abuse thrown in his direction. Here are some of the reactions;
Lmao I thought money can buy sense!Kagwe Mungai is a disgrace pic.twitter.com/ahxJUm4ie0â€” Fafa Mukuru? (@osoroKE) August 20, 2020
When i see my tweets on kagwe mungai's Youtube before he destroys my mother pic.twitter.com/ZZwjbEy8moâ€” Blaze Officiel (@B3laze) August 20, 2020
Wamesema Kagwe Mungai is a low budget version of The Weeknd pic.twitter.com/s046ciuJ5wâ€” Fafa Mukuru? (@osoroKE) August 20, 2020
â€˜Enola Holmesâ€™ Trailer ReleasedNetflix has released the official trailer for upcoming flick â€œEnola Holmesâ€, out September 23rd. â€œMystery runs in the family. Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, and Helena Bonham-Carter star in Enola Holmesâ€, tweeted the streaming platform on Tuesday. The trailer comes just a week after Netflix unveiled the flick's official poster. The Harry Bradbeer-directed crime-dramaâ€™s official synopsis, according to IMDB, reads: When Enola Holmes-Sherlockâ€™s teen sister-discovers her mother missing, she sets off to find her, becoming a super-sleuth in her own right as she outwits her famous brother and unravels a dangerous conspiracy around a mysterious young Lord.
Mystery runs in the family.Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, and Helena Bonham-Carter star in Enola Holmes pic.twitter.com/qtMYXW1KXh â€” Netflix (@netflix) August 25, 2020
Who is she?! ? Millie Bobby Brown is ENOLA HOLMES, only on Netflix 23 September. pic.twitter.com/bBzTO5MgjKâ€” NetflixFilm (@NetflixFilm) August 18, 2020
With the first trailer for ENOLA HOLMES, Henry Cavill has now starred in 4 iconic franchises:- DC (as Superman) - THE WITCHER (as Geralt of Rivia) - MISSION IMPOSSIBLE (as August Walker) - SHERLOCK HOLMES (as Netflixâ€™s version of Sherlock Holmes) pic.twitter.com/OBoUzatkBg â€” DiscussingFilm (@DiscussingFilm) August 25, 2020