Seen on X: “THIS lifelong large lady and now former Dove customer tossed out the last three bars of Dove products she will EVER buy”
Red State summarizes the incident in question:
During the summer of 2020, BLM protesters were gathered on a partially blocked Charlottesville street. Morgan Bettinger, also a UVA student, began to drive down the street and then realized it was blocked off by a dump truck. Bettinger parked and started to walk down the street to see what was happening. As she passed by the truck, she had a brief conversation with the truck driver and made remarks to the effect of, “It’s a good thing that you are here because otherwise these people would have been speed bumps.” The comments were meant to praise the presence of the truck so no protesters would be hurt by any possible oncoming traffic.
But in a twisted game of telephone, Bettinger’s comments made it through the crowd and turned into Bettinger calling the protesters speed bumps and saying she was going to run them over. BLM protester Bryant then took it upon herself to post an account of the incident on X, formerly Twitter. But that wasn’t enough for Bryant. She immediately began demanding that school administrators expel Bettinger. Bryant also filed a complaint with the University Judiciary Committee, claiming to the student-run disciplinary committee that Bettinger had “threatened students’ health and safety.”
The committee sided with Bryant. But Bryant wasn’t done yet. She then filed a complaint with UVA’s Office for Equal Opportunity and Civil Rights. It is here that Bryant got a bit creative with the story, claiming that Bettinger had repeated the alleged speed bump statement five times and had racially discriminated against her. Thankfully, the EOCR Office engaged in a bit of common sense and determined that Bryant did not hear the comments being repeated herself because no one could be found that could corroborate the claim.
The BLM activist in question, Zyahna Bryant, later admitted that she “might have misheard” what was said and that the UVA student did not urge anyone or threaten to herself make “speed bumps” of BLM protesters after all. The student in question, however, was bullied and harassed so badly by the woke mob that she is still feeling the aftershock.
Dove has now hired Bryant to be their big fat soap ambassador. Or something. Apparently, there is an ongoing push by these woke companies to “normalize” morbid obesity, to heck with the health consequences both in normal times and during the covid plandemic when obesity was a key comorbidity.
Dove Soap hired morbidly obese BLM hoaxer Zyahna Bryant for an ad campaign based around "fat liberation."
While a student at UV-Charlottesville, Bryant viciously ruined another student's life by falsely claiming she joked about driving into BLM rioters.
— National Conservative (@NatCon2022) September 14, 2023
This is so outrageous that calls are already being made to make Dove the next Bud Light. Unlike Bud Light, which I do not drink and did not get to not buy, I do like the Dove body wash for its clean scent and hydration. I have bought my last bottle of it, though.
I will never buy Dove soap again pic.twitter.com/Z7bWoNPrfm
— Kingsley Cortes (@KingsleyCortes) September 15, 2023
Beauty giant Dove is facing a Bud Light-style boycott for partnering with controversial Black Lives Matter activist Zyanha Bryant, who was previously accused of getting a white student expelled over “misheard” comments.
Some once-loyal customers even posted pictures of bars of soap in the trash after Bryant, 22, announced she was a “Dove ambassador” helping to promote “fat liberation.”
“After hearing that Dove Beauty chose Zyanha Bryant — who ruined Morgan Bettinger’s life — for their ‘fat acceptance ambassador,’ THIS lifelong large lady and now former Dove customer tossed out the last three bars of Dove products she will EVER buy,” one, Carole Thorpe, tweeted Thursday night along with a shot of the bars in her trash.
Even Elon Musk weighed in as outrage spread across his social media platform X, the new name for Twitter.
“Messed up,” he wrote alongside a clip of the BLM activist’s initial announcement.
. . . . The company has yet to publicly comment on the controversy about hiring Bryant, whose alleged vendetta against fellow student Bettinger began in the summer of 2020 amid ongoing police brutality protests.
Needless to say, people have thoughts.
This is what actual privilege in America looks like.
BLM activist completely ruined the life of an innocent white girl with a false accusation of racism and gets a brand deal with Dove while Morgan Bettinger was kicked out of school and now needs medication in order to sleep. pic.twitter.com/VGKVA9kto3
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) September 14, 2023
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 14, 2023
So a BLM activist destroyed a women’s life after she made up a hoax about her being racist and now she gets rewarded with a @Dove partnership? Insane.
Stop giving your $ to woke companies who openly hate you!
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) September 15, 2023
My note to #DoveSoap this morning: Unlike Bud Light, I do purchase Dove. Fix this and apologize or you go on my "do not buy" list permanently…along with all the Unilever products I can identify. https://t.co/IavZrbDROa
— Leslie Eastman ☥ (@Mutnodjmet) September 15, 2023
If you ever buy a @Dove product or an @AnheuserBusch product — or ever shop at @Target or give a single dime to @Disney — you are helping destroy our nation. Choose which side you are on. And tell your friends. https://t.co/dtemcTZaUK
— Eric Metaxas (@ericmetaxas) September 16, 2023
It should come as no shock that Unilever, who owns Dove soap also owns Ben & Jerry's.
I'll compile a full list of Unilever products so we can all stay away from them.
Make it painful.
— JohnGalt 🇺🇸🇮🇱 (@JohnJGaltrules) September 16, 2023
Time to give Dove the Bud Light treatment https://t.co/ZrvBClnVav
— Shawn Farash ❌🐻 (@Shawn_Farash) September 16, 2023
Surely I’m not the only person who suspects the reason why Dove has been pushing “fat acceptance” for the past several years is that obese people have more surface area and therefore consume greater quantities of body wash.
— Robert Sterling (@RobertMSterling) September 16, 2023
— Darci (@Time4Divorce) September 14, 2023
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