Chance The Rapper Calls Out Heineken & Other Companies For ‘Purposely Putting Out Noticably Racist Ads’ For Publicity — He Has A Point!

Chance The Rapper

Chance The Rapper raises a good point!

The 24-year-old rapper assimilated a carol on amicable media to pronounce out opposite a certainly racist Heineken Light TV blurb in that a barkeeper passes 3 African American women to palm a low-calorie splash to a Caucasian lady opposite a crowd. “Sometimes, lighter is better,” a ad after says. Sigh.

The Blessings artist took to Twitter after observant a ad with conjecture that companies like Heineken are purposefully formulating argumentative ads to emanate buzz. All broadside is good publicity?

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Chance observed:

Valid points.

Bjorn Trowery, Director of External Communications during HUSA, has given said:

“For decades, Heineken has grown different selling that shows there’s some-more that unites us than divides us. While we feel a ad is referencing a Heineken Light beer—we missed a mark, are holding a feedback to heart and will use this to change destiny campaigns.”

The word “missed a mark” seems to be removing a lot of use these days.

[Image around Brian To/WENN.]

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