Jenice Armstrong from Philadelphia Daily News and and Bill Anderson, radio host at WURD 900-AM discuss the Pepsi Max Commercial that aired during the Superbowl. After the break is my discussion about Pepsi Max controversial commercial.:
The question posted on Facebook from my cyber neighbor.: Today’s Segment on GoodDay, do you think this will go away or will the boycott expand?
White women should be upset that someone came up with this horrible commercial because who wants to be hit in the face with a Pepsi MAX can by anyone? The commercial sends an subliminal message that black women abuse their men, push soap in their mouth, dump their head in a cake, kick their partner under the table and go around throwing objects at white women that look at their partners? Who does that and why is Pepsi selling that perception to sell soda?
I can personally state I could give a hoot about women looking at my man. Furthermore, my husband would think I am a nutcase if I pushed his head in food while walking pass him, he probably would kick me back if I kick him under the table…I won’t even think about what his reaction would be if I shoved soap in his mouth? I quit Pepsi and anything they have to sell.
I thought the Superbowl was a YAWN this year along with the commercials…..I would rather pick my feet!
Is this a Black History Moment? Showing black women violating white women? Whoever came up with this commercial should be fired! Folks are tired of this nonsense…I know I am!
Enough with the buffoonery about all ethnicity groups….the media make those folks famous for 15 minutes when you have folks who put in the hard work go unnoticed. Whassup with that?
Pepsi has several options.:
Pull the ad to shut everyone up. Namely the black people especially during Black History Month. Screw those folks..Corporate folks should be thinking we have enough folks that will buy our soda because they love our soda. The marketing, advertising and sales department or person got it wrong. We don’t like Pepsi Max that much when they get it wrong. Screw that and let them drink their own buffoonery at the end of the day. Folks feelings do matter when conducting business in the public sector…screw what you heard!
Fire the person who came up with the horrific Superbowl advertising…namely the commercial that has tongues wagging
Th one question that I personally would do asked any CEO or COO when faced with a millions of dollar loss,does out company have a potential loss of billions of dollars? Tell them public who purchase Pepsi Max about the blunder, sincerely apologize for the mishap and tell folks Pepsi MAX goes well with Doritoes and steak. Start a contest campaign and advertise on blogging website like thephotographer4you® to convince folks why they should continue to purchase Pepsi MAX. Dang mane my husband lives for Pepsi Max….I would hate to have a bitch fit and act like a deranged wife because he is drinking an non alcoholic beverage that folks feel is discriminating to women from all ethnicic groups. Side eye…and looking at the cans of Pepsi MAX in my refrigerator like it was the plague and I want to throw every can in the trash after I pour out the carbonated liquid. Take a loss and move on as most folks are planning on doing if the Pepsi Max folks don’t handle their business.
On a sneaky tip.: It would be one less soda my husband would drink….my kids and I hate soda around these parts. My significant other sneak the fuzzy carbonated drink in our refrigerator from time to time but SODA is not the best beverage to drink….that’s what I heard from all those health experts but it sure does taste good with Pizza!
I don’t know shit…but I know this. If you get enough folks talking ill will about a consumer product your days are number. You can consider it a wrap and you can count on the demise of your company by the hands of your own company. #JUSTSAYING the best form of advertisement is from word of mouth…than again I am from the old school of thought when marketing a product.