Beach Boys alum Mike Love recently took the stage to lash out at the corporate woke masters who ran Bud Light and Budweiser beers, as well as joke about left-wing cancel culture on his tunes. gender-specific surfers.
As he introduced his next song, the Beach Boys’ summer anthem “Surfer Girl,” Love showed how Anheuser-Busch has become a huge laughingstock due to his loyalty to the radical transgender and LGBT agenda.
From the scene, he offered a fake excuse that “Surfer Girl” was “gender specific” and said he hoped no one from Budweiser was in the audience.
“Anyway, this next song has me a little worried, because of…it’s genre-specific,” Love said before the song, as the audience laughed. “And…I hope there’s nobody from Budweiser here…or the FBI.”
“Sorry, I apologize in advance for anything I might say or do…it’s a family tradition, you know what I’m saying?” Love joked.
Nonetheless, he went on to say, “This is dedicated to all women.”
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Mike Love claims he’s afraid to perform “Surfer Girl” because it’s “gender-specific”, implying he fears reprisals from the FBI and the Budweiser Corporation. (2023) pic.twitter.com/sBKcho8CNs
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The concert appears to have taken place at Canbut even then, Budweiser, Bud Light and their owner, Anheuser-Busch InBev, had reached – or fallen, as the case may be – laughingstock status.
Indeed, Bud Light in particular has become the focus of constant ridicule. For example, when Yuengling beer introduced golf influencer Madi Frerking as one of her recent spokespersons, many fans joked that at least Yuengling knows what a real woman looks like.
Even apparently former Bud Light partner Dylan Mulvaney is no longer in love with the beer brand and expressed himselfsaying they feel let down by the company following the beer boycott.
Bud Light’s condemnation exploded in early April when Mulvaney posted an Instagram video showing the specially designed canister of Bud Light with his face on it, which Bud Light did for their advertising partnership.
Bud Light was far from the only corporate giant scrambling to hire Mulvaney, who had many brands by paying him millions to advertise for them.
Prior to the Mulvaney fiasco, Bud Light had a reputation as an all-American brand popular among American blue-collar workers. But even though Bud Light had been throwing hundreds of thousands of dollars at radical gay groups all along, the Mulvaney deal shocked beer lovers and sparked a boycott that Severly injured Bud Light and sent parent company Anheuser-Busch into panic mode. Two frames wereput on leave” after that confirmed be unemployed.
The disaster finally ended Bud Light’s reign as America’s best-selling beer.
The company finally responded to Mulvaney’s criticisms. Last month, an Anheuser-Busch spokesperson told The Daily Beast that the company remains “committed to the programs and partnerships we have forged over decades with organizations in a number of communities, including including those from the LGBTQ+ community.
“The privacy and security of our employees and partners is always our top priority. As we move forward, we will focus on what we do best: brewing great beer for everyone and earning our place in the moments that matter to our consumers,” the company insisted.
Yet Anheuser-Busch never mentioned Mulvaney in its statement, according to the daily beast.
According Forbessome analysts say Bud Light’s decline is “permanent”, and others say it could lead to Bud Light becoming a defunct brand because this boycott has become cultural and not just a blip on the radar of the sale of beer.
Bud Light has become the quintessential example of revival and bankruptcy.
This article originally appeared on The Western newspaper.