It's been well over a month since a firestorm of criticism erupted against Bud Light for enlisting transgender figure Dylan Mulvaney to promote its product, but if the comments section on social media is any indicator, it appears that time does not heal all wounds.
Budweiser, another Anheuser-Busch beer brand, recently shared Instagram posts featuring beer cans with the Harley-Davidson logo. "Two American legacies, one legendary collaboration. Limited-Edition Budweiser x Harley-Davidson Cans. Available in stores nationwide," a Budweiser USA post reads.
"Damage control," someone wrote in response to the post.
"Maybe apologize?" someone else wrote.
"Until Anheuser Busch comes out and openly admits It was a clear mistake they made, they will continue to fail," another person said.
"I own a Harley but I d*** sure ain’t buying Budweiser anymore," another commenter declared.
"Dude y’all could put John Wayne on a can and still not recover," another person wrote.
"You guys are a joke. No one is going to forget about your woke crap because you add Harley Davidson to the can," another comment said.
"Make sure you check out anheuser Busch website to see all of the brands they supply to know which to stay away from," another comment said.
But while the post drew many negative comments, the same cannot be said for recent Bud Light Instagram posts because all of the recent posts on that account have no comments at all, which likely indicates that comments are not enabled on those posts.
There has been a groundswell of consumer backlash since the Mulvaney controversy erupted.
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