Since Bud Light featured transgender activist and influencer Dylan Mulvaney a few days ago, many online have called for a boycott.
After receiving harsh criticism after sharing a video of her work with Bud Light on Instagram, influencer Dylan spoke out in a new TikTok clip on how she wasn’t feeling well and what made her motivated to live and go on. Most beer drinkers apparently do not support the growth of the radical gender theory associated with Dylan’s gender identity.
Backlash Against Jack Daniels
After demands to boycott Bud Light beer for its support of the transgender TikTok star, Dylan Mulvaney has broken her silence to explain that she has “a lot going on.”
Bud Light received backlash after sending a commemorative can of beer to Mulvaney with her image on the occasion of her one-year transition milestone. Mulvaney posted a photo of the limited-edition can on Instagram, but the post sparked demands to stop buying the product.
The backlash over Bud Light‘s move is only one element of a larger discussion regarding transgender persons and the equality of women. Transgender women are seen as welcoming by some, but others argue that they are unique and that established protections for women’s rights should be maintained.
Mulvaney apologized to her viewers in a video clip for not uploading more stuff in the previous week.
Dylan started, “Hi, how are you? I haven’t been making as many videos, there’s been a lot going on and I was feeling a little down today, but I was walking on the sidewalk in New York and this garbage truck drives by me, and garbage truck driver leaned out of the window and said, ‘Hello Dylan’,”
As the driver waved at Mulvaney, she said “hi” and returned the gesture.
“It was the most unexpected person and it gave me the courage to keep going. I love you and if you’re that man and is watching this right now, you really made my day, and I especially love you,”…she said.
In response to Mulvaney, Santa Claus’ official account tweeted, “the power of sharing kind words is SO impactful.” Her followers went wild over the touching video.
Another supporter continued: “Dylan all of your struggles will be worth it. Your voice and representation are helping so many people!”
Then a third one penned: “I just adore you! You make my heart happy.”
Mulvaney gained recognition on TikTok with her series of videos titled Day 365 of Girlhood, and she has since earned endorsement deals with many companies, including Kate Spade and, most recently, Nike, where she will be featured in advertisements for their sports bras.
Kid Rock’s Backlash On Bud Light Went Viral
Nevertheless, many people on the internet, including conservative commenters and Kid Rock, were not happy with Bud Light‘s decision to back Mulvaney.
This video showing Kid Rock shooting up multiple cases of Bud Light and shouting, “F* Bud Light and f* Anheuser-Busch,” has now gone viral.
Proponents of transgender rights responded to Rock‘s video by encouraging him to mature.
“I hope Kid Rock has a very fun time buying things he doesn’t like politically and then shooting them in his garden. But it would probably be better if he transitioned to Adult Rock by growing the f*** up,” co-creator of the news website Trans Writes Gemma Stone said.
Anheuser-Busch sent Mulvaney the can to celebrate her birthday, according to a company spokesperson, it’s a “personal milestone” and continued, “works with hundreds of influencers across our brands as one of many ways to authentically connect with audiences across various demographics. From time to time we produce unique commemorative cans for fans and for brand influencers, like Dylan Mulvaney.”
— Travis Akers (@travisakers) April 6, 2023
Immediately after the posting of Rock’s video, a photo purporting to be of him started circulating online. There’s a scene when Rock is seated next to a drag queen while wearing a Coors cap and drinking a bottle of Bud Light.
According to reports, Global Red Eye, a multinational digital media firm, took the picture (WRE). On September 26, 2003, at the now-defunct Miami nightclub Prive, Rock was photographed with a drag queen known as Wanda for a page on the agency’s website headlined “Transformation of Drag.”
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