Italian Restaurant Reels In Big Business And Backlash From Selling ‘Black Olives Matter’ Merchandise, Has A+ Sign Game
Paisano’s is an Italian restaurant in Albuquerque, New Mexico that has capitalized on the Black Lives Matter movement by selling “Black Olives Matter” hats and shirts. The idea to sell merch with the slogan came after put the tagline on a sign outside to promote a new tuna dish.
As you can see from the eatery’s Facebook photos below, Paisano’s marketing skills are off the charts.
For a hot second, I thought Cedric had “JPP Hand”. He did say something about the spaghetti diablo being explosive.
No, I don’t know her name. Camo undies? My guess is her weaponry is military grade.
I mean… she HAS to have pepperoni nips, no?
I legit didn’t watch one second of one episode of The Nightly Show, mostly because I’ve reached a breaking point of being constantly reminded of how much white people suck on a daily basis, but I enjoyed Larry’s work on In Living Color, The PJs, and The Office. At least Wilmore can fall back on that Black-ish cash cow.
You can buy the Black Olives Matter hats and shirts online at their website or on location in their restaurant. I’ve never been to Albuquerque, but if Bugs Bunny and Walter White are any indication, count me in for some cross-dressing meth adventures covered in marinara sauce.
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