Burger King Apologizes and Deletes Tweet That Said ‘Women Belong in the Kitchen’

Meant to flip the sexist phrase and promote a scholarship, the tweet was skewered

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Burger King's print ad quickly explained its headline, but its tweet lacked context.

After sparking 12 hours of nonstop debate, defensiveness and satire, Burger King U.K. has officially apologized for and deleted its International Women’s Day tweet that said, “Women belong in the kitchen.”

@griner david.griner@adweek.com David Griner is Adweek's international editor and host of the Adweek podcast, "Yeah, That's Probably an Ad."
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