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The chain responded in a now-deleted tweet: “The one about her ex,” Fox reported.
After that, "Swifties," as the singer’s fans are called, started the hashtag #BurgerKingisOverParty.
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However, the person who started the hashtag intended for it to be a joke, according to Fox.
Some Twitter users appeared to take it seriously, though.
On Thursday, Burger King tried to ease some of the tension with a link to the restaurant’s offers.
“Let’s shake it off,” Burger King posted, making a reference to one of Swift's hit songs. Celebrate "#BurgerKingIsOverParty with the $3 shake + fries deal in the app.”