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Rapper Jim Jones Defends Dodge’s Use of MLK to Sell Cars in their Super Bowl Commercial

By JaVonni Brustow / Published on Monday, 05 Feb 2018 14:44 PM / No Comments

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day just passed and the car company Dodge created a commercial for the Super Bowl including words from Martin Luther King, Jr. The ad had MLK reciting a 1968 speech about service and community showing everyday hard working people across the country. Unfortunately it drew a lot of criticism with people feeling they were being disrespectful using his image to hock cars. Few things are more American than the car manufacturing industry and FYI, Dodge was around before MLK.

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Coming to the car company’s defense (besides us) is rapper Jim Jones. According to him, there’s nothing wrong with MLK’s words reaching over 100 million viewers especially for the younger generation who may not know about him. We agree and also think the social justice warriors should find something else to get outraged about. We’ve got a number of topics to choose from. Sidebar: I appear on the Breitbart podcast Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson out every Wednesday with a number of topics for the social justice warriors to pick from to focus their outrage and not this stupid sh**.

Glitzers, listen to Jim Jones’ defense of Dodge’s MLK speech in their Super Bowl commercial below:

About JaVonni Brustow

Urban Conservative, Principal at VM3 Media, Co-Editor-in-Chief of PopGlitz.com and MogulPundit.com, Javonni Brustow is a Communications and Media Consultant in Washington, DC with a decade of experience as a seasoned concert producer, marketing expert and brand management expert with multiple news publications. He can be heard LIVE Sundays at 3pm on Popglitz Radio and is a regular on the 'Did She Say That' Breitbart Radio Show with Sonnie Johnson. Inquiries: javonni@VM3Media.com
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