Rihanna Blasted Snapchat for an Ad Featuring Chris Brown and Its Stock Dropped By $600 Million Two celebrity social media posts have cost the company nearly $2 billion. Author:
A “TONE-DEAF” ad which popped up on Snapchat this week has appeared to make light of Chris Brown’s violent assault of Rihanna in 2009 — and she’s furious. RIHANNA has slammed Snapchat
Rihanna isn’t impressed with Snapchat’s apology for a tone-deaf ad featuring her and her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown that went up—and has been taken down—on the platform.
The ad gave users of the app the option to “slap Rihanna” or “punch Chris Brown”. The choice clearly references the 2009 domestic violence incident in which Chris Brown was convicted of assaulting Rihanna, who was hospitalised due to the injuries. Is it just me, or is this ad that popped up
Earlier this week, Snapchat ran an insensitive ad to promote an app that asked users if they would rather «slap Rihanna» or «punch Chris Brown.» The ad was quickly slammed for being tone-deaf and
Rihanna Savagely Responds to Snapchat’s Tone-Deaf Ad About Her and Chris Brown. She took a powerful stand for domestic violence victims.
Snapchat is being slammed for featuring an ad that makes light of Chris Brown’s assault of Rihanna.
The “tone deaf” ad, as they named it, took complete disregard to the former couple’s 2009 domestic violence case and pissed off both Team Breezy fans and the Rihanna Navy alike. But despite
Mar 15, 2018 · Rihanna is not happy with Snap for the tone-deaf ad the company let run on Snapchat. A couple of days ago, an advertisement on Snap appeared that alluded to Chris Brown’s violent assault on
Snapchat Lost $800 Million After Rihanna Criticized Its Offensive Ad The singer posted a statement on Instagram eviscerating the app for making light of domestic violence. by
Mar 15, 2018 · Watch video · A spokesperson for Snapchat issued a statement to USA TODAY apologizing for the ad, which references Chris Brown’s 2009 domestic violence incident that left ex-girlfriend Rihanna with a bloodied face.
Mar 15, 2018 · The ad, which is for a game called “Would You Rather,” asks users if they would rather “slap Rihanna” or “punch Chris Brown.” The social media platform told BBC News that it published
Mar 15, 2018 · If you didn’t hear, Snapchat recently put out an ad for their “Would You Rather” game that asked users “Would you rather slap Rihanna, or punch Chris Brown”.
After Snapchat posted a tone-deaf ad referencing Chris Brown’s conviction for assaulting Rihanna, the singer and beauty queen slammed the app. As a result of its egregious blunder, Snap’s market value has dropped a tad bit — by $800 million, to be exact.