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Red Bull pulls 'sacrilegious' ad

The Blaze, via Drink Your Kool-Aid:

Red Bull, the popular maker of energy drinks, is dropping an advertisement the company created in South Africa after Christians voiced outrage at its portrayal of Jesus Christ. The television spot depicts the Biblical story of Jesus walking on water — but with a few twists and turns.


The biggest problem with it is that it’s not funny. We think they were trying for funny, anyway.

Others disagree:!/youniteme1/status/181584874694656000

More Twitter reax:!/turnpikeaoe/status/182479370680680448!/jasonberggren/status/182769037711908864!/extremismbabr/status/182585331940458496

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