Beach Boys alumnus Mike Love recently took to the stage to cheer on the rising stars driving Bud Light and Budweiser beer, and to poke fun at left-wing culture for his gender-bending “plays”.
When he launched into his next single, the summer song “Surfer Girl” by the Beach Boys, Love showed how much fun Anheuser-Busch has become because of its interest in transgender and LGBT people.
From the stage, he sarcastically apologized that “Surfer Girl” was “segregated” and said that he hoped no one from Budweiser was in the audience.
“Anyway, this next song is a little bit nervous for me to do, because … it’s about gender,” Love said before the song, as the audience laughed. “And … I’m sure there’s no one from Budweiser here … or the FBI.”
“I’m sorry, I apologize in advance for anything I say or do…it’s a family tradition, you know what I’m saying?” Love laughed.
However, he continued to say, “This is for all women.”
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Mike Love says he’s afraid to do ‘Surfer Girl’ because “it’s about gender”, meaning he’s afraid of retaliation from the FBI and the Budweiser corporation. (2023) pic.twitter.com/sBKcho8CNs
– Crazy Ass Moments in Beach Boys History (@beachboysmoment) July 9, 2023
The concert seems to have taken place Motherbut even then, Budweiser, Bud Light and its owner, Anheuser-Busch InBev, had risen – or fallen, as the case may be – to a laughing stock.
Indeed, Bud Light in particular has always been a funny place. For example, when Yuengling beer to inform golf enthusiast Madi Frerking as one of their recent spokespeople, many fans joked that Yuengling knows what a real woman is like.
Even former Bud Light partner Dylan Mulvaney now doesn’t like the brand of beer either he spokesaying that he feels that he has been abandoned by the company because of the boycott of the beer.
The Bud Light crackdown erupted in early April when Mulvaney posted an Instagram video showing it specially designed can of Bud Light with his face, which Bud Light created for their advertising partnership.
Bud Light was far from the only giant that rushed to hire Mulvaney, which it was many kinds paying him millions to advertise for them.
Before the Mulvaney fiasco, Bud Light had a reputation as a popular American brand among Americans. But even though Bud Light had been throwing hundreds of thousands of dollars at gay groups all along, Mulvaney’s deal shocked beer fans and drew criticism. serious injury Bud Light is sending parent company Anheuser-Busch into panic mode. The two leaders were “be on vacation” and so it has been confirmed to be idle.
The tragedy in the end it ended Bud Light reigns as America’s best-selling beer.
The company eventually responded to Mulvaney’s criticism. Last month, an Anheuser-Busch spokesperson told The Daily Beast that the company remains “committed to the programs and partnerships we’ve built over the years with organizations in a number of communities, including those in the LGBTQ+ community.”
“The privacy and security of our employees and friends are always of the utmost importance. As we move forward, we will focus on what we do best – making the best beer for everyone and finding our place at a time when it matters to consumers,” the company insisted.
However, Anheuser-Busch did not mention Mulvaney in its statement, according to a Daily Beast.
According to Forbessome experts say that Bud Light’s decline is “permanent,” and others say that it may make Bud Light a permanent brand because the boycott has become a culture rather than just a blip on the beer industry’s radar.
Bud’s light has been the most important example of rising and breaking.
This article appeared first The Western Journal.