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If you already haven't checked it out, Nationwide Insurance is streaming the Super Bowl commercial they made with Kevin Federline set to air during the big game this weekend. In it, Federline is shown wearing gold chains, long fur coats and rapping about livin' large, etc. Suddenly, the commercial switches to reveal that Federline was living in a fantasy world and just rapping all along for the security cameras at the fast food joint where he is working. Of course, in today's world there is always some "group" getting offended by something and this time around, the National Restaurant Association is reportedly pissed because they feel the commercial is an insult to fast food workers everywhere. They claim that showing Federline losing his rap career to a job in a fast food restaurant gives the impression that the job is "demeaning and unpleasant." Seriously people, even if you don't enjoy Federline, the commercial is harmless and even kind of funny. Can we lighten up just a bit?
Watch the commercial HERE.


Anonymous overpaid shallow celebrity dresser said...

That's a very clever ad and only makes Federline look better.

Hopefully, the talking heads at French Fry Workers of America will realize that most fast food workers want a better life... and it's all about working for it! Sure, Britney gave this sucker a free ride and she'll probably do it again, with some other jerk.

So yeah. The ad team makes FedEx look pretty good. Self-effacing is how to win people over. It sells the insurance plans too!

11:50 AM, January 30, 2007  
Blogger lauritajuanitasanchez said...

We don't need a commercial to give us the impression that a job in fast food is demeaning. I knew lots of teens (when I was one) who refused to work in fast food.


I'm liking K Fed more and more. And I'm shocked to hear myself say that.

4:34 AM, January 31, 2007  
Blogger get in mah belly said...

hottie. wow i said it too!

7:02 PM, January 31, 2007  
Blogger get in mah belly said...

mmm french fries

12:25 AM, February 03, 2007  

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