Today was a big day for the Migos, the ATL rap trio that consists of Quavo, Offset and Takeoff. They finally released their much-anticipated full-length studio project Culture, which boasts features from the likes of Drake, Travis Scott, 2 Chainz and more. Many people have voiced their support for the new album online, with some brands even getting into the mix and showing the world that, when it's all said and done, they ride with the Migos.

Enter the Wingstop Twitter account. The well-known chicken chain, one that counts Miami rap impresario Rick Ross among its franchise owners, shared a wing-ified version of the Culture II album cover, posting it along with the phrase, "For The C U L T U R E." You can check out their tweet below.

Of course, a tweet like this was bound to elicit some kind of reaction from fans of the food chain, and social media didn't disappoint. While some questioned the move by Wingstop, the brand's Twitter simply stated that they were out here living their best life. Honestly, how can you be mad at a motive like that? Check out a sampling of the response below.

The release of Culture II also has some of rap's biggest names making bold statements in relation to the group. For example, Gucci Mane is quite impressed with Takeoff's contribution to the new album, calling him is "fav rapper" of the moment. You can check out his revelation here and make sure you let us know your thoughts on the Migos' new album in the comments section.