Wendy In Battle
MC Goldiloxx as Wendy
Character information
Full name Wendy
Nickname(s) Red
The Wendy's Girl
Smug Wendy's
First appearance November 15, 1969
The first Wendy's restaurant in Columbus, Ohio
Born Unknown (age 8)
Physical description
Hair Red
Eyes Blue
Based on
Wendy Based On
Rap battle information
Appeared in Ronald McDonald vs The Burger King
Vs The Burger King
Ronald McDonald
Release date June 8, 2019
Official vote(s) N/A
Location(s) Blue stripes and old-fashioned ads

It's Wendy! The hip-hopping Pippi Longstocking!
— Wendy

Wendy battled Ronald McDonald and the Burger King in Ronald McDonald vs The Burger King. She was portrayed by MC Goldiloxx.

Information on the rapper

Wendy has served as the mascot of the American-based international fast food restaurant chain Wendy's since its founding in 1969. Her appearance, an eight-year old with red hair, pigtails, and a white and blue-striped dress, is based on that of Melinda Lou "Wendy" Thomas-Morse, the daughter of the chain's founder, Dave Thomas.

Since 2017, the Wendy's brand has gained notoriety for its irreverent social media activity, including snarky posts and replies on Twitter, a Twitch Channel, as well as the release of We Beefin?, a mixtape featuring the character of Wendy.


(Where's the beef? Right here! Where's the beef? Right here!)

(Where's the beef? Right here! Where's the beef? Right here!)

Show me two losers old enough to be my daddies,

And I'll square off with 'em like the corners of my meat patties!

It's Wendy! The hip-hopping Pippi Longstocking!

No flow's as Frosty as the salad bars that I'm dropping!

I'm topping you two like plain baked potatoes!

Exploiting you both like you were growing my tomatoes! (Aw!)

King, you're creepy, and you're always second fiddle!

Your breakfast croissants are even worse than his McGriddle!

And McDonald's gave your job to a box with a face!

Left you behind like a quiet kid in a PlayPlace.

I'm the fast food queen! Mean with a tweet sesh!

Leave opponents frozen 'cause I always keep my beef fresh!


  • Wendy's appearance was foreshadowed in "The Patreon Song" when Nice Peter said "Man, you gotta see this Wendy's comment, this dude can write!"
    • Lines from the aforementioned comment were used as part of the ERB's Wendy verse.
  • She is the third female non-title rapper to appear, after Kari Byron and Catherine the Great.
  • At the age of 8, she is the youngest fictional rapper to date.
    • She is the youngest rapper overall if young Michael Jackson does not count.
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