The Twitter account of the MrBeast Burger fast food chain has addressed Elon Musk with an offer—if he retweets it, they will begin working on accepting Dogecoin.
The Tesla CEO seemed to have ignored the tweet; however, Doge cofounder Billy Markus did not.
MrBeast Burger offers Musk a deal on Doge
After Elon Musk's recent tweet about accepting Dogecoin, addressed to McDonald's two fast food chains—Burger King and MrBeast Burger—seem to have shown interest in accepting Dogecoin.
.@elonmusk if you retweet this we will work on accepting Dogecoin ?— MrBeast Burger (@MrBeastBurger) January 26, 2022
McDonald's politely refused Musk when he offered eating a Happy Meal on TV if McDonald's begins to accept Doge; however, the tweet of the Tesla boss gained support from the official Twitter page of Burger King. The latter posted a vague response which the Doge community interpreted as interest in their favorite crypto.
Billy Markus urges Doge Army to support MrBeast Burger
Billy Markus retweeted MrBeast's message instead of Musk, admitting that he is not such a big influencer but would still do it.
i ain't no elon musk, but i'll retweet anyway xD #dogecoin #acceptdoge https://t.co/MKyRaTOr29— Shibetoshi Nakamoto (@BillyM2k) January 26, 2022
He also urged the Dogecoin community to show that the Doge Army is strong enough without Elon's retweet and can provide all the necessary engagement for MrBeast Burger.
also please show @MrBeast and @MrBeastBurger that they don't need an elon retweet, #dogearmy is strong enough to give them all the engagement and press they need :)— Shibetoshi Nakamoto (@BillyM2k) January 26, 2022
Markus then stated that Doge is great for tipping online and tagged sodogetip (the online tipping bot for Dogecoin) to tip the MrBeast Burger account with 6.9 Dogecoin.
However, one of the Twitter users in the comment thread, @WSBChairman with 912,000 followers, assumed that by saying they "will work on accepting Dogecoin," the fast food chain account could be rug pulling the Doge community with words.