These Alabama Residents Held A Vigil For A Taco Bell Destroyed In A Fire, And People On Twitter Are Finding It Relatable AF

DAVIE, FL - JUNE 14 :  A woman leaves a Taco Bell restaurant June 14, 2002 where "dirty" bomb suspect Jose Padilla worked for two years in Davie, Florida. His former boss Mohammed Javed says while working as a manager of the restaurant, Jose Padilla was hired in 1992 after his release from a Broward County jail. Padilla, also known as Abdullah al Muhajir, is being held on suspicion of plotting a radioactive "dirty" bomb attack in the U.S. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

These Alabama Residents Held A Vigil For A Taco Bell Destroyed In A Fire, And People On Twitter Are Finding It Relatable AF

Praise dancers called the "Baja Angels" were the focal point of the evening.

Published January 22nd

What started out as an ongoing joke on the internet quickly resulted in a crowd of over a hundred Alabama residents gathering to mourn the loss of a presence they held dear to their hearts: Taco Bell. 

After a fire caused a Taco Bell in Montgomery to collapse, a proposal suggesting a vigil be held was posted to Facebook. Although the comment was made in jest, lovers of the Bell thought the idea was fire... sauce. 

  1. Taco bell cups were used as candle holders
  2. Praise dancers, called the 'Baja Angels,' led a Supreme celebration
  3. A Baja Blast spiritual that is sure to go down in history was sung by one of the angels
  4. Although not everyone was affected by the devastating loss of the taco bell, the pain felt by the Montgomery residents was felt round the world

Written by Rachel Herron

(Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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