I don't feel outraged. The title of this thread contains that word. Outrage is way too strong. What I feel is taken for granted, uncomfortable supporting someone who doesn't seem to think much of me, and accountable for NOT helping to enrich these people.
Yes, this is exactly where I am at also. The CEO's mouth and responses are what got me like "nah, no thanks!" ...not the existence of the commercial. The lil "hair hate" tag line I kinda rolled my eyes at, but I've seen and experienced worse race-based overtures personally just this week, so meh. I don't spend a lot of time on youtube, so I can't speak to what happens on there. But what I do.know.for.sure is that I don't spend my financial resources knowingly on places that are rude. I haven't spent money in a Kohls for over 20 years over some stuff that happened when I was a pre-teen in there, plus I'm a scorpio so I can hold a grudge...lol....#neverforget #RudeMouthedCEO #PologizeForYourIshHeaux