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Chick-Fil-A Ain’t Opening: Says Fuck Super Bowl Sunday!

the chicken wire

All the money in the world still couldn’t get Chick-fil-A to open on a Sunday…not even the money promised from the Super Bowl.

Despite pleas to serve their tasty fried chicken sandwiches, Chick-fil-A is not budging on their beliefs. The fast-food chain has decided to remain closed on February 3, the same day Super Bowl 53 takes over the Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Much like Rihanna, they have declined the opportunity!

TMZ has learned that they’d much rather give than receive. CFA is reportedly among the many corporate sponsors of the big game, and will be donating a sizable portion of money to JFK Park.

But, it’s crazy to think about how much money they’ll be missing out on. According to previous game days, they stand the chance of making close to $500,000 in just one day.

But it’ll never happen! Chick-fil-A prides themselves on offering their employees Sunday off. Because after all, it’s a day to spend with family or spend with the Lord. And since their stadium opening in 2017, they’ve never fried a single nugget.

But, Gladys Knight however, is leaping at the chance to perform at the Super Bowl.

Thoughts? Would you love Chick-fil-A on a Sunday? Leave your comments below!

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