KFC's new ads show a Black man getting down on a drumstick and a Black woman using her fingernails as toothpicks for a chicken sandwich, prompting accusations of racism.

Actor and comedian David Alan Grier set off a frenzy on Thursday when he took to Twitter to announce he would be taking over as Kentucky Fried Chicken's Col. Sanders. The news of Grier becoming the fast food company's top pitch man was shot down by a KFC executive, the New York Daily News reports.

KFC recently delivered something we’ve all been waiting for– a fried chicken candle. Under their “Scents of the Commonwealth” portion of their website, KFC wants…

Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade put out a job bid on Twitter in lieu of his current stint in the NBA lockout. In surprising fashion, KFC in a open letter offered Wade a job he can’t refuse. “It goes without saying we’d love to have you back on our team dishing out the World’s Best […]

CNN) — Restaurant chain KFC has launched a scholarship campaign that aims to keep it short and “tweet.”

USA Today is reporting that KFC has a unique marketing strategy to promote their “Double Down” sandwich. They are paying attractive college females $500 to wear sweatpants with “Double Down” and the KFC logo on the back where their butts are. Women on college campuses are being paid $500 each to hand out coupons while […]