MTV Jersey Shore
August 19, 2011 by Post Team
Earlier this week, A & F, said in a statement that the seller had offered a very tasteful “significant” amount of money for “Jersey Shore” cast member Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino and his co-stars, not the sports brand in the air, as the reputation of irreverent Sorrentino could damage the image of clothing.
Apparently unperturbed by the light and open to working with & F said, MTV’s clothing salesman in a statement, “is a clever PR stunt, and we want to work with them in other ways they can leverage off New Jersey to get larger youth audience in television. ”
However, “Jersey Shore” legends, and Vinny Sorrentino Guadagnino shot in A & F in a much less eloquent.
“# Lasttimeiworeabercrombie had not yet discovered masturbation,” wrote Guadagnino Wednesday, along with another tweet, “# lasttimeIworeabercrombie there are still stores in New York to buy it.”
Sorrentino kept it clean with the tweet, “Abercrombie seems to be themselves in a situation” which linked to the history of a fall in stock & F in the sequels “New Jersey” diss.
Since the explosion in radio waves in 2009, “Jersey Shore” has been plagued by many of exaltation of rude behavior, excessive drinking, stupidity, Italian-American stereotypes, and casual sex. The show, which follows the lives of fellow party hard at the present coast of New Jersey, has earned record ratings in the network, but it takes trash TV to new heights.
Maybe A & F had in mind when preparing a statement on the reality series.
“We understand that the show is for entertainment purposes, but this association is contrary to the nature of the aspiration of our brand and can be distressing for many of our fans,” wrote a spokesman for A & F.
A & F be underestimated “Jersey Shore” until the cows home, but the brand has struggled under siege from their own bad press for years. In addition to producing sexually explicit ads, A & F has been the subject of accusations of racial discrimination.
Jennifer Lu, a former salesman, told CBS in 2009 that she and many others could not get a job or were preserved because their appearance does not work with the look of the store.
“It is dominated by Caucasian, football looking, blond haired, blue-eyed men, skinny, tall,” Lu said of the network. “I see no African-Americans, Asian Americans, and that’s the image you are portraying and are looking for.”
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