On Tuesday afternoon, NASCAR driver Bubba Wallace shared an intense portrait of himself with his more than 463,000 Twitter followers.
Wallace doesn’t take himself too seriously on his social media accounts. He’s known to joke around about everything from sports to food to music to his beloved University of Tennessee Volunteers. Today, he shared a funny caption to go along with a rather serious headshot of the racer. It’s not clear if the picture is being used in an official capacity. But it very well could be intended for use by NASCAR or one of his numerous sponsors.
In his amusing description of the photo, Wallace compared his headshot to grade school pictures. It’s safe to assume Wallace’s actual school photos from his youth aren’t nearly this intense. However, without Wallace’s actual picture day photos available for comparison, who’s to say?
“School picture day. @McDonalds,” Wallace joked while shouting out his NASCAR team sponsor.
Bubba Wallace Amusingly Reacts to New McDonald’s Item
A few weeks ago, Bubba Wallace once again hilariously tweeted about his sponsor McDonald’s. This time he was sharing his genuine excitement for the fast-food chain’s new chicken sandwich option.
McDonald’s, one of the many sponsors of NBA legend Michael Jordan’s No. 23 race team, announced the new menu item in mid-February. Their official account wrote, “welp secret is out – new chicken sandwiches arriving 2.24.”
Additionally, the restaurant also shared a picture of their newest chicken sandwich. Its ingredients seem pretty straightforward: a piece of fried chicken, pickles, and a bun. McDonald’s decided to join the current chicken sandwich craze like many other chains including Chick-fil-A and Popeyes.
When Wallace saw the photo of the McDonald’s sandwich, he had to share his excitement in true Bubba fashion. You can tell he’s ready to get his hands on the new menu item. He replied by adding a hilarious photo of himself from the Daytona 500. The picture looks like Wallace is thanking the fast-food Gods for McDonald’s new creation.
“When you heard about the new @McDonalds sandwiches…,” Wallace said on Twitter.