Rahami’s fried chicken restaurant is getting torn apart on Yelp
In the aftermath of Ahmad Khan Rahami being taken into custody for allegedly placing multiple explosive devices around New Jersey and New York, Yelpers are taking to criticizing his families business ,“First American Fried Chicken.”
As you can imagine, they're critiquing more than just the food.
"They think the chicken here is the bomb, but it's really a bunch of duds," one reviewer, Ron from Sayreville, says. "Quality is severely lacking ... Maybe it's the way they do their prep work, but it never delivers on what they expect. As for delivery, they're very late. Like VERY LATE in the night. They often sneak up on you when you least expect it. And even then they're disappointing. So overall, very cheap, very low bang-for-your-buck. But you get what you expect. As an aside: ironically named ... NOT very American."
Anthony from New York has a similar sentiment: "This place used to be the bomb till they brought the bombs elsewhere. Don't eat here, not worth your time."
Reena from Raritan: "Unsanitary food, owners are shady crooks who ignore township ordinances to close at a legal time, and attack cops who respond to noise complaints. Oh and if you support this business, your $$$ goes towards building pipe bombs to kill American citizens. The chicken is dry, disgusting, and seasoned with HATE."
The posts have been so strong that Yelp has flagged the page, which means you can still post but you'll now be presented with an “Active Cleanup Alert “ warning.
Business Insider noted the Yelp backlash earlier in the day — there are even more not-so-nice comments quoted in its posts.
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