(Radio.com) While advertisers shelled out big money for Super Bowl commercials designed to whet your appetite for fast food and more, Rick Ross hawked his chicken wings via Twitter.
Ross, who is an owner of several Wingstop franchises, asked his nearly 3 million Twitter followers to try his wings for the Super Bowl.
"Cater your Super Bowl XLVII party with the #1 wings in the nation @wingstopmemphis @wingstoppoplar @wingstopcutler #TheWingExperts," the Bawse Tweeted on Friday (February 1).
The next day when GQ Tweeted a list of chicken wing recipes compiled from celebrity chefs, Ross offered a simpler solution.
"Order @wingstop #LemonPepper," he tweeted at the magazine. more on this story