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Billy Eichner Blasts Burger King for ‘Stealing’ His ‘Billy on the Street’ Act (Video)

Seth Rogen and Judd Apatow agree that the fast food corporation’s 16-second TV spot during Sunday Night Football was very familiar

Comedian Billy Eichner, his fans and famous friends noticed that Burger King’s newest commercial looks a lot like Eichner’s web series “Billy on the Street,” and they’ve all taken to Twitter to call the fast food giant out for “stealing” his routine.

“Thanks for stealing my act for your new commercial,” Eichner tweeted on Sunday after the spot (above) aired during Sunday Night Football. “Except it’s not as funny and everyone knows you stole it. GET YOUR OWN IDEAS.”

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The 16-second commercial advertising Burger King’s new chicken nugget deal features a brunette man asking two teens on the street how much they think 10 nuggets cost, and then getting very excited to reveal they’re only $1.49.

Eichner, who also stars on NBC’s “Parks and Recreation,” got support from hundreds of fans retweeting his angry messages to the fast food chain, while Seth Rogen, Judd Apatow and “Hairspray” director Adam Shankman.

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While Burger King is getting trashed on Twitter for the not-so-clever marketing campaign, competitor McDonald’s took advantage of the opportunity to get some free social media PR.

Here are all of Eichner’s tweets on the matter: