Social media influencer and model Bri Teresi expressed her outrage at businesses who “go woke” by expanding on Kid Rock’s video of shooting cans of Bud Light beer with a semi-automatic rifle by adding lingerie and tampons to the list of targets.
Bri’s 1,000,000+ followers saw the scantily clad model protest companies that elevate transgender biological men via sponsorships and promotional ads by shooting at a target area lined with Tampax tampons, Honey Birdette lingerie and cans of Bud Light beer.
Following firing more than two dozen rounds at the displayed items, Teresi turned to the camera, saying, “Go woke, go broke.”
In a follow-up post, Teresi wrote: “I’m shooting at Honey Birdette lingerie, Tampax tampons & Budlight. These companies have all gone woke!”
Clarifying, Teresi added: “Tampax tampons used a biological male to promote their tampons. Honey Birdette used a biological male to model their lingerie. & y’all know about Bud Light.”
The model has a history of voicing opposition to companies using biological men to advertise products primarily for women. She warns business leaders that her more than one million followers on both Instagram and Twitter heartily agree with her views.
Teresi, a former model for Honey Birdette, recently rebuked the company and refused future modeling assignments after it partnered with a biological male and featured him wearing a three-piece set of its high-end underwear.
Earlier this week, Teresi told Fox Business: “I was definitely surprised when Honey Birdette decided to post this image of a biological male modeling women’s lingerie.”
Teresi added: “When I saw this I was infuriated because I knew a woman had been robbed of the opportunity and a job and I find it absolutely hysterical that this brand claims to be ‘by women, for women’ yet is robbing women of opportunities.”
Teresi joins other influencers and politicians in publicly protesting Bud Light after its controversial partnership with Mulvaney.
Kid Rock expressed his dissatisfaction several weeks ago.
Country musician singer Travis Tritt vowed he would be “deleting all Anheuser-Busch products from my tour hospitality rider.”
After a loss in company value of more than $5,000,000,000, Anheuser-Busch fired the two top executives responsible for the partnership with transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney.
The New York Post reported that Ultra Right Beer, a new beer launched in opposition to the Dylan Mulvaney-promoted Bud Light, has recorded approximately $1 million in sales in the first 12 days of operation.
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