What's the inaccuracy, you may ask, the cheeseburger emoji has cheese slice below the patty rather than being on the top.
Google's hamburger emoji, which depicts a burger with cheese on the bottom, became a hot topic as result of a tweet over the weekend with some accusing the company of burger blasphemy.
By Saturday night, Pichai weighed in, saying that Google would address the stacking - if people could agree on the correct way to do it. A user recently pointed out the inaccuracy of Google's cheeseburger emoji.
Google CEO has chimed in ... This may seem like a random fact to parse through, but it was actually at the center of a lively debate over Google's cheeseburger emoji.
The discussion gathered a lot of attention on Twitter and many other social media platforms, with Pichai receiving around 10,000 retweets by twitter users. "Bottom, tomato, cheese, meat, lettuce, top bun". And so, that's what got burger lovers cheesed off.
Sundar Pichai took to Twitter to address concerns about one of his company's stock emojis, as people were anxious about the difference between the Apple burger emoji and the Google burger emoji.
According to Emojipedia - the definitive catalogue of all things emoji - the hamburger emoji was first approved as part of a Unicode 6.0 round in 2010 and subsequently added to Emoji 1.0 five years later in 2015.
Obviously, Google is doing the cheese all wrong.
Twitter user Thomas Baekdal wrote "I think we need to have a discussion about how Google's burger emoji is placing the cheese underneath the burger, while Apple puts it on top".