Wendy’s is playing a game of hide and seek with one of its most popular menu items: the spicy chicken nuggets.
The snacks disappeared from the menu in March 2017, less than two months after they landed at the top of Ryan Sutton’s fast food nugget ranking. In the years since their disappearance, Wendy’s has become one of the most hyperactive fast food brands on social media, launching stunts like lifetime (non-spicy) nugget giveaway, and mixtape of dis tracks about its chain restaurant competitors. It should come as no surprise, then, that when Chance the Rapper tweeted an affirmation about the spicy nuggets back in May, Wendy’s seized the opportunity and offered to put them back on the menu in exchange for two million retweets.
Jussie Smollett still had a noose around his neck more than 40 minutes after his alleged attack -- it's something we already reported, but now, for the first time, we see the video.
Chicago police just released a boatload of evidence, including body cam video of officers responding to the 911 call back in January.
Cops ask Jussie if he wants to take the noose off ... he says he would take it off, but he wanted them to see it before he did.
The actor told the officers he did not want to be recorded and they double checked with him to see if it was okay for them to turn off their body cams.
When cops arrived, Jussie was concerned about his neighbors hearing the fuss and he quickly invited them into his apartment.
He also mentioned his alleged attackers poured bleach on him.