12 brands react to McDonald’s BTS Meal reveal

Wait, are brands actually being nice to each other? It could be a Twitter first.

CHICAGO: The single most unifying act in brand history is happening on Twitter.

After McDonald’s revealed that its BTS Meal will launch on May 26 in the U.S., a number of brands directly responded to the company’s tweets about the news.

The partnership reveal had BTS and McDonald’s instantly trending on social media. But there was no trolling, sassiness or one-upping from other brands or competitors. All of the comments were messages of excitement and support.

The K-pop band has taken the world by storm, so likely many social media managers are real-life fans. It’s also just as likely that no one wants to poke the bear that is the BTS Army. Trust me, no one wants to get on the wrong side of BTS’ official fan club.

Here are 12 brands that think the partnership is dynamite.

Guinness World Records

Uno

Mattel

Barbie

Walmart

Sun-Maid

Fox's Hell's Kitchen

Waze

Hot Wheels 

Entertainment Tonight

Bagel Bites

Samsung Mobile U.S.

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