For a phony online dating ad - in which he stars on behalf of his role as Popchips' “president of pop culture" - Ashton Kutcher dons multiple costumes and pretends to be four different eligible bachelors.
There's a character named Raj, for example, that features the actor in brown face and and with an Indian accent.
And while it's all meant to be in good fun, many on the Internet have not reacted with laughter.
Ashton Kutcher's participation in a Popchips video campaign has gone viral, alright, but because of complaints of racism. The minute-and-a-half long video debuted Wednesday, and presents a string of "bachelors" who are part of a "wo... Read Post
Ashton Kutcher's new commercial for Popchips has officially been PULLED amidst allegations of racism... after the actor donned brownface makeup to play a goofy Bollywood producer. The ad -- which debuted on the Popchips website -- f... Read Post