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'Let It Snow' sweater, depicting Santa with lines of cocaine, is one of year products gone wrong – USA TODAY, USA Today

'Let It Snow' sweater, depicting Santa with lines of cocaine, is one of year products gone wrong – USA TODAY, USA Today


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    Walmart Canada apologized for a third-party seller’s sweater on the website depicting a Santa with what appears to be cocaine lines.     USA TODAY

A Christmas sweater depicting Santa and what appears to be lines of cocaine has been pulled from Walmart’s Canadian website.

The “Let It Snow” sweater was being offered by a third-party seller and was not available on Walmart’s US website, the company said in a statement to USA TODAY on Monday.

“These sweaters, sold by a third-party seller on Walmart.ca (our website in Canada), do not represent Walmart’s values ​​and have no place on our website, “Walmart said in the statement.” We have removed these products from our marketplace. We apologize for any unintended offence this may have caused. “

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White Castle recall:

Frozen burgers and cheeseburgers recalled over ‘possible presence of Listeria’

Tech doorbusters:

Best Buy kicks off ’17 Days of Deals’ with themed sales through Dec.

• Adidas: In February,Adidas pulled a sneakerit was selling in honor of Black History Month after the all-white running shoe was slammed on Twitter. The shoe, part of the company’s Ultraboost line, was included in a broader collection of clothing and sneakers inspired by the Harlem Renaissance, but critics said the sneaker’s color, and even the material apparently used to create it, made for a tone-deaf tribute .

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During a show for the fashion brand’s autumn / winter collection at London Fashion Week in February, Burberry featured a hoodie with a noose around the neck.

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**************************************     Gucci has removed a sweater from their website that resembled blackface, but many are wondering how it even made it to market. Keri Lumm reports.     Buzz ************************************************Gucci, part one:

Also in February, the Italian fashion house faced backlash for an ($**************************************************************************** sweater that resembled blackface. The company pulled the controversial sweater from stores after celebrities like Spike Lee and T.I. called for a boycott the brand.

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In May, Gucci came under fire yet again for its ($) “Indy Full Turban”that many social media users deemed cultural appropriation. The controversial product – which first hit the runway at Milan Fashion Week in February 2521 – had its name changed to “Indy Full Head Wrap.”

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    Critics are slamming Gucci for selling a turban as a fashion accessory and charging a premium for it.     Buzz

************************************************Macy’s:

In July, Macy’s was accused of body shaming moms with Pourtions brand plates, which included portion-controlled plates with a “mom jeans” plate size. Macy’s pulled the plates, saying they “missed the mark” after people on social media complained they promoted body image issues.

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