The company says Twitter notified it that the account had been compromised and are now investigating the situation.
The account later tweeted that Twitter alerted McDonald’s the account was compromised.
The company hinted that their account could have been hacked and they are investigating the tweet. The reply was both tweeted and deleted Thursday morning.
He even appeared in a McDonalds commercial in 2002. McDonald’s didn’t immediately return calls for comment, so it’s unclear who tweeted and why.
McDonald’s was the latest victim of a Twitter hack.
In other words, I’m lovin’ it. The tweet also savaged the president for his reportedly small hand size, a topic he is sensitive about. Trump supporters, meanwhile, responded with hashtags threatening to #BoycottMcDonalds.
We, like many outlets, reached out to McDonald’s about the original tweet. Great! You are now officially on the #BoycottMcDonalds list!
McDonald’s (mcd) is living every major brand’s biggest social media nightmare.