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According to one employee from an ad network solicited by Tucker Max, everyone’s favorite rape culture scholar has been shopping around some ads for “I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell” based on his fratty “fact” catchphrases. Sample Tucker Max “facts”: “Sexism isn’t the same as misogyny, you stupid bitch,” and “The best thing about fat girls is heart disease.”
Apparently, some ad networks don’t like “facts”! According to the employee, the firm rejected the above mock-up, deeming it too “offensive” and “ignorant” for general distribution. The employee says that each of Max’s “facts” proved contrary to the network’s terms of service, as the advertising firm dos not tolerate “garbage.”
UPDATE: Max confirms that his “I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell” ads have been rejected by firms, and has this to say:
“Fuck them. I definitely had some agency pull some holier-than-thou trip a few weeks ago and I went elsewhere. I’m not paying them money so they can tell me what my ads are supposed to be like. Fuck them, and anyone who thinks they can tell me what to say or not say.”