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KFC Extends Free Meal Offer To Rihanna
Source: hhnlive.com
Posted on: May 19, 2008 08:40 MST
Filed under: R&B, Pop, Celebs

Rihanna

KFC's Chief Marketing Officer James O'Reilly has extended a free meal offer to Rihanna following her recent visit to a KFC location with Chris Brown.

According to OK! Magazine, O'Reilly said the following in an open letter:

"Dear Rihanna:
We were very excited by your and Chris Brown’s recent visit to a Miami-area KFC restaurant. Clearly, like Kentucky Fried Chicken and our founder Colonel Sanders, you two know how to kick it up a few degrees. And, Rihanna, that’s a secret recipe worth sharing with the world. We could feel the heat – literally – in our restaurant that night … so much so that we’d like to invite you and Chris back to any KFC for a free meal including the Colonel’s Hot Wings. Whether lunch or dinner, home or on the road, our doors are always open to you. Think of it as a personal way to send an SOS whenever you crave a little Original Recipe. Like you, KFC is dedicated to supporting charity causes. If you and Chris are again photographed making KFC a “hot” date-night spot, we’ll make a donation to your charity, BELIEVE, which helps underprivileged children. Hearing about your fondness for KFC was music to our ears. Please don’t stop making KFC your favorite mealtime choice. Good luck to you and we hope to see you again soon with or without an Umbrella."

Rihanna is currently performing on Kanye West's "Glow In The Dark" tour.
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