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Andrew Tate Gives Interesting Take On The Balenciaga Scandal

Controversial figure Andrew Tate recently appeared on a podcast and said a few words about the Balenciaga scandal. The high-end fashion brand known as “Balenciaga” has been under fire recently due to very inappropriate advertising campaigns featuring children. The kids are photographed wearing Balenciaga clothing with explicit accessories in the background. “BDSM” teddy bears are clearly visible in the pictures as some of the children are holding them front and center.

Some of the photographs include satanic materials including pentagrams. Balenciaga is attempting to distance themselves away from its own advertising campaigns by releasing an apology and then suing the agency responsible for the ads for $25 million. Many people do not believe that Balenciaga is truly apologetic. The prevailing idea is that they are apologizing because they got caught “red-handed”. Andrew Tate has another viewpoint on the situation that makes perfect sense once the background of the company and those who are involved is totally understood.

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A Timeline of Balenciaga’s Ad Campaign Scandal

Balenciaga ad backlash: Kim Kardashian speaks out as company plans to sue : NPR

The Price of Provocation: What’s Next for Balenciaga? | Vogue

Balenciaga apologises for ads featuring bondage bears and child abuse papers | Balenciaga | The Guardian

Balenciaga addresses controversial ad campaign

Kylie Jenner slams claim she posted pics of her kids to ‘cover up for Balenciaga’: ‘Always something to say’ | Fox News

Kylie Jenner Denies Distracting From Kim Kardashian, Balenciaga Scandal

Chanel Rion OAN on Twitter: “#BurnBalenciaga Wearing @Balenciaga or Nazi founded @Adidas is endorsing all they’ve hidden in plain sight. Their ‘top’ designer Russian Lotta Volkova’s love for child abuse, blood, satan, cannibalism all on her IG👇🏼 Fashion is their confessional vessel. Has been for years.” / Twitter

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