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Rihanna And Chris Brown Support KFC

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While some celebs like Ryan Gosling, Pamela Anderson and Bryan Adams are fighting hard against KFC (or Kentucky Fried Cruelty), Rihanna and Chris Brown are supporting the evil, evil corporation. KFC is offering the duo a free meal after they were caught kissing in one of it’s Florida chains.  

KFC is a media whore so of course when they received the free endorsement the firm’s chief marketing officer, James O’Reilly, sent Rihanna a letter with an offer.

The letter reads: “Clearly, like our founder Colonel Sanders, you two know how to kick it up a few degrees. We could feel the heat – literally – in our restaurant that night. So much so that we’d like to invite you and Chris back to any KFC for a free meal.”

Oh and to show that KFC has a heart of gold (yeah, fools gold) O’Reilly promised to donate money to the children’s charity, Believe, if the couple would repeat their show of affection.

If you think I’m being overly harsh, visit KentuckyFriedCruelty.com and prepare for the worst.  KFC is the pits and I hope that Rihanna and Chris Brown stop eating, promoting or in any way helping this hellified company!

thanks: starpulse.com

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