Fast food restaurants Wingstop and Wendy's engaged in a social media rap battle this week.

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The online feud began when Twitter user Nat shared a photo of a Wingstop next to a GameStop retail store.

"Isn't this that Migos song?" she wrote Sunday.

Wingstop's official Twitter account responded Monday with a short rap to the rhythm of "Bad and Boujee" by the rap group Migos.

"Gamestop, Wingstop. Copped a new game for the [Xbox]. Saucin' and tossin' our wings in a pot, pot. We got that Original Hot, Hot," Wingstop wrote.

Twitter users then summoned Wendy's official Twitter account, known for several antics including a war of words with Carl's Jr., to join the fray.

Wendy's responded to the challenge with a quote from rapper Kendrick Lamar's hit single "HUMBLE."

Wingstop countered by demanding Wendy's bring some thing "fresh...not frozen" a reference to the burger chain's slogan.

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The direct challenge ultimately encouraged Wendy's to respond with its own short rap.

"Fresh, never frozen since 69. Trying to cop that mixtape, better get in line. Grabbed a couple wings now you're trying to fly. But nothing gets 'em dipping like a Frosty and fry," Wendy's wrote.

The two sides continued to exchanged lyrics before the battle came to an amicable end.