Much like a Polynesian Sauce stain on a pair of white pants, Chick-fil-A doesn't go away that easily.
The somehow-controversial ad, which debuted more than four months ago, depicts a totally normal reaction to eating a good burger.
"No organization will be excluded from future consideration—faith-based or non-faith-based," the company told VICE.
Unsurprisingly, Chick-fil-A told VICE they’re "grateful" for the shoutout on ‘Jesus is King.’
Protests continued last weekend even after Chick-fil-A stated that it will be packing up its waffle fries and pickle slices in six months.
If you only have five days in America, and you're the Pope, here's what you should do.
This week: A school that suspended a boy for wearing a purse versus a guy who shot at a woman for cutting in the drive-through line.