Post Profile

Ashton Kutcher's Brownface Ad for PopChips Gets Yanked

PopChips announced that it was yanking an ad that featured Ashton Kutcher dressed up in brownface as a Bollywood star looking for love. Kutcher's portrayal of the character stereotype Raj was criticized by the New York group Das Racist and blogger Anil Dash. [ more › ]
read more

See more about: Ashton Kutcher

Related Posts

These Twitter Responses To The Ashton Kutcher Brownface Controversy Are Approximately 400% Funnier Than The Ad Itself

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Crushable

After some serious backlash, Ashton Kutcher's ad for PopChips in which he dons brownface to play a stereotypical Bollywood producer named 'Raj' has been pulled. After the ad was released two days ago, the response from the Indian co...

Das Racist Calls Out Ashton Kutcher For Going "Brownface" In New PopChip Commercial

United States / New York : Gothamist

Earlier this afternoon Max Silvestri Tweeted, "Which PopChips Ashton Kutcher character is your fave? It's so hard to pick! (how I'm gonna drown myself fastest)," with a link that sent us into a world where Kutcher portrays a diva; a...

Larry Mizell, Jr. Talks to Das Racist About All the Hate They're Getting for Speaking Out Against Casual Racism

United States / Seattle : Slog

New York rap crew Das Racist are just one of many people and groups who are speaking out against PopChips' recent ad featuring Ashton Kutcher as a "Bollywood producer named Raj," where Kutcher is wearing brown face paint, a nose pro...

Eleni Gage: Ashton Kutcher's 'Raj' Ad: Where Do We Draw the Line?

Entertainment : Huffington Post: Entertainment Blog

What part of Ashton Kutcher thought it would be a good idea to put on "brownface" and play a creepy would-be Bollywood producer named Raj, all in the interest of selling PopChips?

Ashton Kutcher Brownface Ad Yanked

Pop Culture / Celebrity : Gossip from Newser

A Popchips ad featuring Ashton Kutcher playing an Indian man in brownface has been yanked after complaints of racism, the AP reports. ( Gawker notes that a "composite" version of the ad, which still features clips of the character, ...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC