Turns out Elvis isn’t that “inspirational” after all…

Dial made a commercial to tout their (our) strength during the Wuhan virus. Taglines from the commercial include:

“Strength is in our hands”
“Love is in our hands”
“Hope is in our hands”

There’s a tagline which features Elvis Presley:

Turns out Elvis isn’t that inspirational after all: Elvis Presley’s Graceland vandalized with ‘Black Lives Matter’ graffiti.”

No one is safe from the rage mob.

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GruntledWhiteMale
GruntledWhiteMale
16 days ago

Black Lives listening to too much Public Enemy. Here are some misguided lyrics from “Fight the Power”:

Elvis was a hero to most
But he never meant shit to me you see
Straight up racist that sucker was
Simple and plain
Mother fuck him and John Wayne

Nathan
Nathan
14 days ago

Explain how Elvis was RACIST!
Im all ears fill me in.
Indulge me.

truckjunkie
truckjunkie
16 days ago

Racist,huh? Funny that he performed on stage with so many Black musicians,and that he learned his style of music FROM Black performers he sang and played with growing up. Did Public Enema even know who Elvis WAS?

GruntledWhiteMale
GruntledWhiteMale
16 days ago
Reply to  truckjunkie

BTW, this is nothing new. “Fight the Power” was released on July 4, 1989. So they’ve been at this for some time.

CalGirl
CalGirl
16 days ago

Vandalize Elvis? A pox on them and their houses, forever. Pretty sure it’s going to come to that in the end, anyway.

Nathan
Nathan
14 days ago

When Black singers like the Pointer sisters, Aretha Franklin, Sammy Davis, Smokey Robinson, Whitney Houston, Chuck Berry are replaced with NWA, Dr Dre, Snoop Dog, Cardi B & then Drill music the consequences are……..
Total Mayhem.
To go from Chuck Berry to Snoop Dog with nothing in between the consequences are Mayhem and a generation or two of complete failures.