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Popeye’s has caused quite a frenzy lately with their brand new chicken sandwiches that pretty much broke the internet. 

Besides being loved for being delicious, the sandwiches caused a hilarious feud on Twitter between the restaurant and Wendy’s, Chick-fil-A and other fast-food chains. 

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It’s also been a meme lately, with the sandwich’s popularity causing some restaurants to become completely overwhelmed with orders. 

It looks like the frenzy has finally reached a breaking point — the chain has literally sold out of sandwiches. 

Don’t fret — the chain let its patrons know that they will be back with the sandwiches very soon. 

“Y’all. We love that you love The Sandwich. Unfortunately we’re sold out (for now),” the tweet read. 

The supplies are expected to last throughout the week, CNBC reports. However, the announcement was enough to send fans of the dish crazy. See what they had to say on Twitter about the news below. 

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As previously mentioned, Popeye’s has been in a hilarious Twitter war with nearly every fast-food chain in existence.

First, Popeye’s posted a tantalizing tweet describing the new sandwiches.

“Chicken. Brioche. Pickles. New. Sandwich. Popeyes. Nationwide. So. Good. Forgot. How. Speak. In. Complete. Sandwiches. I mean, sentences,” it read.

Then, Chick-fil-A seemed to subtweet Popeye’s, bragging about their “original” sandwich.

Popeye’s saw this, and couldn’t help but respond.

Then, Wendy’s got involved, bragging about their own sandwich.

Zaxby’s even retweeted some saying their sandwich was the best which was definitely a more subtle diss.

Shake Shack also promoted their chicken sandwich “with no beef” to attempt to stay neutral in the war.

One of the most hilarious brand tweets is from Bojangle’s, who deleted their post bragging about their own chicken sandwich.

Since then, the shade has only continued, and it looks like it won’t stop anytime soon.

What do you think of Popeye’s running out of chicken sandwiches? Sound off in the comments down below!

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