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Doritos Spain Faces Boycott Over New Transgender Ambassador’s Tweets On Pedophilia, Sexual Abuse


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Doritos Spain Faces Boycott Over New Transgender Ambassador’s Tweets On Pedophilia, Sexual Abuse

Madrid: Doritos Spain has been facing backlash since it announced transgender artist Samantha Hudson as its new ambassador. As per reports, Hudson’s old tweets about a 12-year-old, sexual abuse victims and much more have sparked a controversy.

As per a report by Newsweek, Doritos Spain is under fire for tweets made by Hudson which as per netizens, show clear indications of pedophaila Amid the boycott, a few netizens have taken to social media platform X to resurface the tweets and accuse Hudson of being a pedophaile for tweets published in 2015, regarding a 12-year-old girl.

Furthermore, Hudson has also been accused of openly making fun of victims of sexual abuse and mocking them.

“I Hate women who are victims of rape and who turn to self-help centres to overcome their trauma. What heavy wh***s,” read the translation of one of the tweets Hudon has made.

X user ‘End Wokeness’ took to the social media platform to “expose” Hudson and called out Doritos for picking the artists as their ambassador.

Who Is Samantha Hudson?

Samantha Hudson is a transgender artist from Spain. She gained recognition through her social media presence and YouTube channel where she shares fashion, beauty, lifestyle and travel tips.

Hudon was launched as the brand ambassador through a 50-second promotional video called “Crunch Talks”. The inclusion of Hudon on the team was seen as a move towards inclusivity and aligning with the broader trends in marketing. However, the controversies have now sparked the call for a boycott.

As of now, PepsiCo, the parent company of Doritos and Hudson have not commented on the boycott call.

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