Country star Jason Aldean’s wife Brittany threw out bags of expensive Balenciaga goods Wednesday following the pulling of the company’s disturbing ad campaign depicting young children holding teddy bears in bondage gear and displaying Supreme Court documents on child porn.
Brittany, 33, made her statement on Instagram by displaying a photo of herself carrying bags containing Balenciaga merchandise out of her home. The bags contained $400 slide sandals and a $3,000 orange handbag among other items.
Jason Aldean’s beautiful bride hardly needs Balenciaga to make a statement. She wore an all-black ensemble featuring a slim sweater and tight black pants in the photo that were far less expensive and certainly less evil than Balenciaga’s products.
She also pointedly used transparent plastic bags that clearly showed the brand name in the photo.
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One of the items in the bags appeared to be a hoodie with the fashion house’s name spelled out in white block letters. That item sells for $1,050. Another blue handbag appeared to be an item that goes for approximately $2,500.
Brittany also had a backpack slung over her shoulder that evidently was filled with more gray Balenciaga clothing.
“It’s trash day @balenciaga,” she bluntly wrote on Instagram.
“Show ’em how to ‘walk the walk’ babe!” her husband, Jason, cheered her on in the post.
Aldean’s response comes after the fashion house released its holiday 2022 ad campaign that garnered explosive backlash. It featured two children holding teddy bears in BDSM gear and another campaign that showed a printout of the Supreme Court’s decision in the case of United States vs. Williams, which addressed whether or not child pornography could be regarded as a protected form of free speech.
the brand "Balenciaga" just did a uh….. interesting… photoshoot for their new products recently which included a very purposely poorly hidden court document about 'virtual child porn'
normal stuff pic.twitter.com/zjMN5WhZ0s
— shoe (@shoe0nhead) November 21, 2022
Hey Photographers :
When Balenciaga hires you to shoot their new lookbook & you show up to find a toddler laid across a sofa with wine glasses & bondage gear arranged around them, you walk away. Period. pic.twitter.com/DSoHgQLM6O
— Hoop (@xhoop) November 21, 2022
More than a dozen verified accounts with millions of followers cheered Aldean’s statement and said they would follow her lead.
“Burning all mine to the ground!” Amanda Ensing of Elevate Beauty, who has 1.4 million followers, proclaimed according to Breitbart.
She also took to Twitter to vent over Balenciaga.
The BAALenciaga scandal was just the tip of the iceberg. Do you know how much detail, approval, & dedication goes into these campaigns? They knew exactly what they were doing. Now people are digging into their past & seeing how vile they are. #ProtectTheChildren
— Amanda Ensing (@AmandaEnsing) November 28, 2022
— Amanda Ensing (@AmandaEnsing) November 28, 2022
Other big names are now speaking out as well after more and more is surfacing concerning the fashion house.
You don't just "accidentally" design and print a roll of tape that misspells Balenciaga as "BAALenciaga" (aka Moloch, god of child sacrifice) and "accidentally" put it in an ad with a child. pic.twitter.com/KS14MM1Ya2
— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) November 29, 2022
After being silent for almost a week, Kim Kardashian finally condemned Balenciaga in a Twitter statement on Sunday, admitting she felt “disgusted” by the ads, somewhat bowing to pressure from her fans.
“I have been quiet for the past few days, not because I haven’t been disgusted and outraged by the recent Balenciaga campaigns, but because I wanted an opportunity to speak to their team to understand for myself how this could have happened,” Kardashian wrote.
It only took 6 days for @kimkardashian to not actually condemn Balenciaga for child pornography because although she was disgusted and outraged— money is money and sometimes you gotta let child pornography fly for free clothes and money.
Or something. https://t.co/BUa0CKHC3C
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) November 28, 2022
“As a mother of four, I have been shaken by the disturbing images. The safety of children must be held with the highest regard and any attempts to normalize child abuse of any kind should have no place in our society — period,” she added.
“I appreciate Balenciaga’s removal of the campaigns and apology. In speaking with them, I believe they understand the seriousness of the issue and will take the necessary measures for this to never happen again,” the reality star contended.
“As for my future with Balenciaga, I am currently re-evaluating my relationship with the brand, basing it off their willingness to accept accountability for something that should have never happened to begin with — & the actions I am expecting to see them take to protect children,” Kardashian lamely concluded.
Republished with permission from American Wire News Service
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