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Nando’s also has a confession for Oprah: it can enhance your performance too

It seems Lance Armstrong isn’t the only one confessing things to television’s queen of talk. Popular fast food franchise Nando’s has launched a campaign in the wake of the former Tour de France winner’s intimate conversation with Oprah Winfrey.

Armstrong has been rocked with a high profile doping scandal since last year, which he denied intensely. But yesterday for the first time on live television, the cyclist admitted to using banned substances to enhance his performance during his Tour de France victories. He told the talk queen he was a bully and couldn’t have won the popular cycling race without doping.

The Nando’s campaign, like most of the company’s ads, is quite tongue in cheek, stating that its flames grilled chickens enhance one’s performance because it’s an aphrodisiac.

Author | Mich Atagana

Mich Atagana
Mich started out life wanting to be a theoretical physicist but soon realized that mathematics was required. So, she promptly let go of that dream. She then decided that law might be the best place for her talents, but with too many litigation classes missed in favour of feminist... More
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