Budweiser Light beer, the beer brand which has long marketed its beverages to ordinary Americans, has chosen ‘transgender’ Dylan Mulvaney to be their spokesperson.
“This month I celebrated my day 365 of womanhood and Bud Light sent me possibly the best gift ever — A can with my face on it!’ Dylan Mulvaney said while endorsing Budweiser Light beer.
“Check out my Instagram story to see how you can enjoy March Madness with Bud Light and maybe win some money too.
Love ya. Cheers! Go Team! Whatever team you love, I love too!”
Budweiser’s decision to pick Mulvaney could be another case of “go woke, go broke,” as we’ve seen with brands like Gillette, who launched an ad showing a father helping his transgender son shave.
Mulvaney has been selected by many executives as a quasi-female spokesman to help sell several fashion and consumer-product brands
In comments reported by The Daily Mail, Mulvaney:
… laments a moribund romantic life, and says that all [his] matches on the exclusive dating app Raya seem to have second thoughts and reject the pairing before they even go on a date.
‘I still haven’t been kissed as a girl. And I assumed that I would have had that happen before day 365,’ Mulvaney lamented.
‘Every day, I’m realizing that probably won’t happen.’
“I’m getting a little impatient because, especially when you’re feeling yourself and even looking at that Grammys picture, I’m like, that’s somebody who should not be single,” Mulvaney told People magazine on March 2. “But then you’re like, wait, why is no one in the DMs?”
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