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Bud Light has been facing a groundswell of backlash since enlisting transgender figure Dylan Mulvaney to promote the beverage. The embattled beer brand seems to be unable to move past the devastating marketing debacle, as sustained negative public sentiment remains in abundant supply.
Bud Light recently shared a video that features several men, including NFL player Travis Kelce, groaning as they sit down. People roasted the brand in the comments on YouTube, a phenomenon that has become a regular occurrence on the brand's social media channels.
"The grunting is when you accidentally picked up a bud light and realize you have to get something else…well done AB. Never forget!!!" someone wrote.
"I'm actually embarrassed for Bud Light at this point. It's obvious they don't have the sense to be embarrassed themselves," another commenter declared.
"Nowadays, it's more manly to be seen drinking an appletini than a Bud Light. Well done, AB," someone else wrote.
"I wouldn't drink another can of Bud Light if you paid me," another commenter declared.
Backyard Grunts with Travis Kelce | Bud Lightwww.youtube.com
Bud Light has also been getting trounced on Twitter, with tweet after tweet getting ratioed as people leave comments mocking and blasting the beer brand.
A tweet on July 4th continued the trend.
"Go away!" Eric Bolling exclaimed in response to the post.
"Don't drink Bud Light anymore," someone else wrote.
"Enjoyed a couple Coors Light today, former Bud Light user," another person tweeted.
"There is no coming back from this for bud light….every beer that AB makes should be boycotted also….we can take down these 'woke' companies one by one if we stick together," another reply read.
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Alex Nitzberg is a staff writer for Blaze News.