Bud Light is facing more cultural backlash after its transgender activist stunt featuring Dylan Mulvaney. On Friday night in Nashville, country music singer Riley Green decided to swap the “Bud Light” lyric in his song for a more palatable one, which sparked a positive response from the crowd.
When @RileyGreenMusic sang his hit song “I Wish Grandpa’s Never Died” last night, he changed the lyrics a bit— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) April 15, 2023
The new line is “and coolers never ran out of cold Coors Light” instead of Bud Light
The crowd goes nuts
This backlash has been building after the company’s recent controversial marketing campaign.
It is clear that Bud Light’s decision to embrace the transgender movement has been met with frustration and disappointment from many consumers. While some may argue that recognizing homosexual relationships is not the same as pushing so-called “sex change” surgery onto children, the reality is that the left is using this issue to further their agenda and silence conservative voices.
Budweiser CEO Brendan Whitworth’s non-apology statement was insufficient to temper the popular uproar against the beer company, which is owned by InBev.
Whitworth’s attempt to bring people together over a beer fell short, and his statement only served to disappoint many of its consumers.
The conservative pushback against woke corporations, such as Bud Light, has been effective in recent times. This boycott has the potential to stick, and we urge all conservatives to take a stand against these companies that are bowing to the pressure of the left.