You could say the social media guru's at Burger King are a bit frustrated right now considering the breaking news report by NBC News that the company's official Twitter account was hacked into on Monday saying their fast-food chain was sold to McDonalds.
A McDonald's spokesperson was quick to tell NBC that it had nothing to do with them.
"We empathize with our @BurgerKing counterparts. Rest assured, we had nothing to do with the hacking," the tweet said on the official McDonald's Twitter account.
Whoever the hacker was, they renamed the Burger King account "McDonalds" and changed Burger King logo to golden arches saying, "Just got sold to McDonalds because the whopper flopped ..."
While Burger King may be frustrated it looks like people on the Internet are having a good time.
One Twitter user wrote, "The fact that @BurgerKing got hacked and turned into a @McDonalds feed is pretty funny. Never know what is going to happen in social media."
Any Rose Brown who is a social media specialist for Wendy's said her "real life nightmare is playing out over on @Burger King."
Meanwhile Twitter is being flooded with lots of opinions about the hack job which according to NBC News is being blamed on a hacktivist group.
The official Burger King site on Twitter quickly got at least 30,000 new followers before Burger King suspended their account.
A toy review site OAFE tweeted: "They may be hacked, but when was the last time ANYBODY talked about @BurgerKing this much?"