Why is Alabama NOT Boycotting Bud Light More?
By now you may have heard that the end of the world is near.
Dylan Mulvany, a celeb who wears women's clothing. Has gotten an endorsement deal with Bud Light.
According to sources, Mulvany, who gained national attention last year starting wearing women’s clothing, was reportedly paid $50,000 to drink a Bud Light on social media.
(THAT IS A GREAT GIG– I DONT CARE WHO YOU ARE)
Seriously – I want that job. Maybe not the wardrobe.
(I got my own STYLE)
So several people have spoken up in the country music world including Travis Tritt, who declared via twitter:
"F*** Bud Light and f*** Anheuser-Busch!" he says. "Have a terrific day."
(Don’t sound like he is having one if his world famous GREAT DAYS…)
Let’s just hope Minute Rice doesn't piss him off – or we may NEVER hear “Great Day to Be Alive“ again.
And Kid Rock - of 1999 fame - made a video where he shot at a case of Bud Light.
Which, I think, is a waste of perfectly good bullets.
Now a BOYCOTT of Bud Light is taking shape across ‘Merica.
Here are the top ten participants, according to the prestigious internet:
8. North Dakota
9. New Hampshire
Notice ALABAMA is not in the top ten?
See, we're not as bad as everyone think we are!
The company responded with the following after the backlash:
“Anheuser-Busch works with hundreds of influencers across our brands as one of many ways to authentically connect with audiences across various demographics and passion points.”
Since when does a beverage weigh in on current events?
I don’t recall Cheerwine displaying their support for Iran-Contra in the 80’s.
I never knew where Grapico stood on illegal immigration - and thankfully, still don't.
I don’t care either way. I don’t drink – because I plan on going to heaven – and people who drink the devil's brew are a lost cause!
I am really just wondering why Alabama is not high on the list of boycotters?!
This is not the Alabama I grew up in.
Either way "IDC," as they say.