Trans TikTok influencer Dylan Mulvaney follows up Bud Light gig with Nike deal

TikTok influencer Dylan Mulvaney has scored another major gig with one of America’s most recognizable corporate brands, following up a partnership with beverage giant Anheuser-Busch with a deal with athletic apparel colossus Nike to model the company’s athletic bras and women’s leggings.

Mulvaney, who was featured on special blue and white beer cans as well as in social media spots in an ad campaign that drew mixed responses, including from longtime customers who swore off the “woke” brew in protest of the new spokesperson, scored big by hooking up with the Oregon based company which is nearly as well known for its virtue signaling as its shoes and other garb, another example that “woke” corporate America has gone absolutely crazy about transgenderism, the unofficial religion of the modern American left.

A biological male who has amassed a major social media following by dressing like a girl and whose legions of adoring fans include Vice President Kamala Harris, Mulvaney debuted the new ads on Wednesday by prancing around in the women’s undergarments, a video of which was posted to Twitter by Oli London, the author of “Gender Madness,” the upcoming book on his own personal struggles with gender and self-identity.

“Meet NIKE WOMEN’S Newest Ambassador…a biological man. Dylan Mulvaney is now being paid by Nike Women to promote sports bras- even though he’s a man!” London wrote. “Another day, another company slapping all women in the face by mocking them and paying a man to take their place! #nike…”

It isn’t clear how much Mulvaney is being paid for the work but “insiders dealing with social media sponsorships” have previously told the Daily Mail that he/she could be raking in more than  $50,000 per paid post.

“Why doesn’t Nike pay a real women to promote a product that is solely for women?” asked London in another post.

He also appeared to suggest that at last some of it was a gift, with Mulvaney’s claim that he/she uses Tampons being a money maker.

“Yes we all need to stop giving these Woke companies money every time they do something like this. Go Woke= Go Broke,” he wrote in response to another user.

The 26-year-old influencer also posted several photos to Instagram modeling the Nike leggings and sports bra.

(Image: Screengrab/The Daily Mail)

Twitter reacted to the trans superstar’s latest high-visibility partnership.

“Never hire a man for a woman’s job,” tweeted Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) who just schooled CBS reporter Lesley Stahl on why the Democratic Party is the party of pedophiles on national television.

“I really used to enjoy @Nike as a brand but I will never wear another shoe from them after they feature Dylan Mulvaney as their new ambassador for women’s clothing,” said user Ada Lluch. “When will these brands understand that women do not want men dressing up as them to advertise their products?”

The priority placed on being the wokest beer company on the planet by Anheuser-Busch drew strong reactions, including from Kid Rock who posted a viral video of him blowing a bunch of Bud Light cans to kingdom come with a semi-automatic rifle.

“F*ck Bud Light. F*ck Anheuser-Busch!” Kid Rock said after he was done.

(Video: The Daily Mail)

It remains to be seen whether outraged Nike consumers will be chucking their pricey sneakers into burn pits and torching them, but companies have yet to be made to pay for embracing such a divisive and polarizing cultural phenomenon as transgenderism and the new breed of decision-makers are addicted to it like crack cocaine, they just can’t get enough.


Chris Donaldson


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