Twitter Has Some Mixed Emotions About Jeff Bezos Eating McDonald's

Seeing celebrities and the ultra-wealthy eating fast food can be a bit jarring because you know they can afford the best private chefs the world has to offer. They are still human, though, and even though people criticize fast food for being unhealthy, that doesn't mean it's not delicious. Even the most elite celebrities have a go-to order at McDonald's, including the likes of Mindy Kaling and Kim Kardashian. On occasion, Kim K ditches the giant salad for six-piece chicken McNuggets with honey dipping sauce, a cheeseburger, small fries, a vanilla milkshake, and an apple pie (via Insider).

Other celebrities have gone as far as partnering with fast food chains to create their very own signature meal. Last year, Saweetie partnered with McDonald's to design her namesake meal, which included a Big Mac, 4-piece chicken McNuggets, medium fries, medium Sprite, barbecue sauce, and "Saweetie 'N Sour" sauce (via Food Network). "McDonald's and I run deep — from growing up back in Hayward, California, all through my college days — so I had to bring my icy gang in on my all-time favorites," the singer said (per NPR). Fast food does have a way of creating nostalgia, and Jeff Bezos was definitely feeling all the warm and fuzzies when he tweeted a photo of himself chowing down on a McDonald's burger recently.

Some Twitter users urged him to eat better, others want him to take over McDonald's

CEO of Amazon Jeff Bezos is the second richest person in the world, but that doesn't mean he forgets where he started (via Forbes). According to Insider, the multi-billionaire's first job was working the grill at McDonald's when he was 16. Despite the nostalgia behind Bezos' tweet, the disconnect between his net worth and the price of the hamburger he was eating caused Twitter to have mixed emotions. A few of the social media site's users were concerned for the Blue Origin founder's health. "Eat healthier my man. Everyone watching you for inspiration," tweeted one fan. "Do you know how many preservatives are in those 'burgers,'" replied another concerned commenter.

Another user posed a business opportunity to Bezos and tweeted: "You should buy McDonalds [sp] and upgrade their menu." Though this user was most likely joking, that partnership has the potential to be quite interesting because he could possibly send McDonald's into space (like one man has already done with a Big Mac, per Today) aboard a Blue Origin rocket. Another person wasn't too enthused about this potential partnership and responded: "Nah, McDonald's workers already suffer enough from exploitation. No need to make it worse."