I'm moving out of Detroit.— Shanny Reporting LIT (@__SBrooks) September 15, 2019
Because who put a house door on the Church's Chicken? pic.twitter.com/8jpKXlbK7l
This look like some west side shenanigans https://t.co/LonwZgTppn— Uncle Drew (@Zen_Master_) September 16, 2019
That’s very on brand for Church’s tho https://t.co/PaWVjQsBYU— dennis (@aKiDnamedjUiCe) September 16, 2019
Yeahhh I already know this chicken hittin different https://t.co/HqphJdjFDI— Andrew Paster (@GoldMedalDrew) September 16, 2019
Lmaoo...is there a doorbell? https://t.co/hwY0HpX95s— Hustle&Motivate (@hoopinlikekobe) September 16, 2019
Welcome to Church's, wipe your damn feet https://t.co/rBL6FT8lof— crunch fitness (@DamnThatsRich) September 16, 2019
Maybe it'll seem more welcoming https://t.co/cktiiORLPc— chach blaster (@chach_blaster) September 15, 2019
I tried to hate this, but I can't. https://t.co/GRRzbgPjZ7— compelling protagonist handsome bane (@ila_pow) September 16, 2019
Smh slandered cause they want y’all to feel at home https://t.co/ZfkrG1W2wk— LightBody (@justin_Ace) September 16, 2019
This actually makes me wanna check them out https://t.co/kVQRmFlaoQ— Ratchenista ✨ (@SophistoCrunk) September 16, 2019
Business couldn’t stop lmao. These chickens ain’t gon sell they self https://t.co/LCGHdfI0GE— Eastside DonDada🤴🏿 (@_WillieBeamen_) September 16, 2019
Bruh I love Detroit 😭😭😭 https://t.co/oQM6Az8igW— 🎟Pet, Pett, & Petty (@MALCOLMNEXTDOOR) September 16, 2019
This may very well be my favorite tweet. https://t.co/JQpdHi1PTZ— Matty (@MattyTeasley) September 16, 2019
This makes me want to visit Detroit, even more. https://t.co/QKG7kxrULZ— AndreaDel (@DelpaCooks) September 16, 2019
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