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As of Monday morning, the most retweeted tweet of all time is still a group selfie Bradley Cooper took at the Oscars, tweeted by Ellen DeGeneres in 2014. It has 3.3 million retweets. But 16-year-old Carter Wilkerson is about to smash that record, all for the sake of a seemingly impossible quest to get free chicken nuggets from a brand.
Five days ago, Wilkerson tweeted at Wendy’s, the fast food chain, asking how many retweets he needed for a year of free chicken nuggets. Wendy’s replied with “18 million,” and Wilkerson replied, “Consider it done.” Then, he took an image of the whole thing and posted a desperate, chicken nugget-fueled plea for retweets.
“HELP ME PLEASE,” he wrote. “A MAN NEEDS HIS NUGGS.” As of this writing Monday afternoon, Wilkerson already has 2.2 million retweets. He is far from 18 million, but he’s just 1 million away from making that caps-lock cry for help the most shared words on Twitter of all time.
By Friday, Wilkerson’s tweet was a viral phenomenon, and he started getting media interview requests. The Reno, Nev., teen called a Reno Gazette-Journal reporter during his lunch break from school to talk about his new viral fame.
“I’m one of those people who isn’t usually looking for attention. But since it started, it’s been pretty cool. In school, it’s fun because everyone knows about it,” he said. The wild confidence of his tweets to Wendy’s, he explained, was driven by the fact that he thought his friends at school would think it was funny.
Wilkerson’s dad, J Wilkerson, joined Twitter last week to see what the heck was going on with his son, he told the paper. And it sounds like he’s trying to direct his son to find a way to use all this momentum for a cause (other than, of course, the cause of getting Carter a year’s supply of chicken nuggets.)