Ryan Reynolds plays Wade Wilson or Deadpool in the films

Ryan Reynolds and his antics are known all around the internet. The Deadpool star has always been vocal about his activities on social media. Recently a funny banter on Twitter involving Reynolds and comics creator Christopher Sebela took off in such a manner that Reynolds had to do something pretty unreal to gain an advantage. As it is known to most of the people, Reynolds is the owner of Mint Mobile Services. Earlier this week, he had revealed that the company had decided not to spend billions on the Super Bowl but would give free service to those customers who availed the network during the Super Bowl.

The Reynolds’ show on Twitter

Ryan Reynolds

On Wednesday, Ryan Reynolds took off on Twitter and said that he had bought a full-page ad for Mint Mobile, the company he had purchased last year. The advertisement announced that instead of spending 5 million dollars on Super Bowl this year, the company had decided to give away three months of free cellular service to those customers who sign in onto the network during the Super Bowl.

Sebela’s comeback

Zolo’s full page ad

Comic book creator Sebela was on a roll perhaps that day. His instant reply was he would be humbled if Reynolds could buy one full-page ad for his dog. Yes, his dog! As expected, Ryan Reynolds turned up with an assertive post. The post showed a full-page ad with Sebela’s dog Zola on the front. The post was made on Saturday, and Reynolds captioned the picture with a firm “done.”

Mint Mobile

Reynolds’s company Mint Mobile was developed in 2016. It offers premium wireless for users across the United States of America. Mint Mobile also features a BYOP (Bring Your Phone) program in which customers can get the service on their phones instantly. Users that sign up during the Super Bowl will save $45 on their cell services for three months.

Ryan Reynolds’s banter has been well received by the audience as well as Christopher Sebela. Both of them are on a great page. Their funny Twitter banter has made the headlines since last week!

Source: ComicBook

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