DAILYKENN.com -- The Burger King restaurant chain is being called out for an ad that features white people using chop sticks.
So this is the new Burger King ad for a “Vietnamese” burger ok coolcoolcoolcoolcool CHOPSTICKS R HILARIOUS right omg etc 🙃🙃🙃🙃🙃🙃 pic.twitter.com/zVD8CN04Wc— 마리아. Maria. (@mariahmocarey) April 4, 2019
The offense ad was outed on Twitter. Apparently, no one thought it racist until they were told to think it racist.
Apparently racism is so rare in New Zealand that the far left must resort to manufacturing it from most anything, no matter how anodyne.
From Fox News ▼
Mario Mo, a Korean New Zealander, posted a video of the ad to her Twitter slamming the brand's use of chopsticks with a sarcastic “chopsticks r hilarious right omg etc.”
Mo told HuffPost she decided to post the video because she was shocked to see it in the first place.
“Because I couldn’t believe such blatantly ignorant ads are still happening in 2019, it honestly took me a second to work out what the heck I was looking at,” Mo told HuffPost in a message.
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