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Doritos is slammed for hiring Samantha Hudson, transgender ambassador who previously tweeted about doing ‘thuggish things’ to a 12-year-old

Doritos is being labeled the new Bud Light after hiring a trans influencer as a “brand ambassador,” despite the activist appearing to promote child sexual abuse in the past.

Spanish Samantha Hudson – whose real name is Iván González Ranedo – is a singer and activist with more than 30,000 subscribers on her YouTube channel. Her partnership with Doritos Spain, run by PepsiCo Spain, was recently announced.

Hudson, 24, has identified herself in interviews as “anti-capitalist” and “Marxist,” has released a song criticizing the Catholic Church and even said in one video that she is for “the abolition of (and for) the destruction and annihilation of the world’ is. traditional monogamous nuclear family.’

As a teenager, she also tweeted that she wanted to do “criminal things” with a minor.

The Hudson-Doritos collaboration was quickly launched online, with many citing Bud Light’s disastrous collaboration with trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney, which resulted in Budweiser losing $1.4 billion in sales.

Doritos is being labeled the new Bud Light after the company hired transgender influencer Samantha Hudson to promote the chip in Spain, who has a history of questionable comments

The Daily Caller posted a screenshot of a tweet she allegedly made in 2015, when Hudson was 15, in which she wrote in Spanish about the apparent abuse of a minor.

Another alleged message translates as follows: ‘In the middle of the street in Mallorca, in my panties and screaming that I’m a nymphomaniac, in front of a super beautiful 8-year-old girl.’

According to Newsweekshe is also accused of mocking victims of sexual assault, although Hudson herself claims she was sexually abused as a teenager in a 2023 interview.

Hudson’s new collaboration with Doritos was announced via a 50-second video called “Crunch Talks.”

Social media users were quick to point out the similarities with the Bud Light campaign and its impact.

“Doritos is about to get the Bud Light treatment,” one user wrote on X, formerly Twitter.

Another wrote: ‘Just make flavored tortilla chips. You don’t have to take a stand on anything other than that. It’s not difficult.’

‘Why are brands like Doritos so self-destructive? Have they learned nothing from the Budweiser snafu? Let me guess: their advertising department is headed by a DEI employee?”

DailyMail.com has reached out to PepsiCo and Frito Lay for comment.

Samantha Hudson, 24, is a singer and activist in her native Spain with more than 30,000 subscribers to her YouTube channel

Samantha Hudson, 24, is a singer and activist in her native Spain with more than 30,000 subscribers to her YouTube channel

Doritos Spain, which is run by PepsiCo Spain, announced a partnership with Hudson as brand ambassador, drawing comparisons to Bud Light's disastrous collaboration with Dylan Mulvaney

Doritos Spain, which is run by PepsiCo Spain, announced a partnership with Hudson as brand ambassador, drawing comparisons to Bud Light’s disastrous collaboration with Dylan Mulvaney

She is accused of mocking victims of sexual assault, although Hudson herself claims she was sexually abused as a teenager

She is accused of mocking victims of sexual assault, although Hudson herself claims she was sexually abused as a teenager

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Mulvaney, an unemployed stage performer, rose to internet stardom in 2022 by launching her popular TikTok series Days of Girlhood, documenting her transition from a young man to a girl.

She has made millions of dollars by promoting cosmetics, fashion and other products. She also appeared with President Joe Biden at the White House and appeared alongside Hollywood celebrities.

It came out of the closet last April, when she posted a video to promote a Bud Light giveaway, saying the company sent her a tallboy can with her face on it to celebrate her gender transition.

This irritated conservatives, who said a favorite beer had “gotten woke.”

They went on a social media rampage and boycotted the drink, costing parent company Anheuser-Busch $400 million in sales — a 13.5 percent drop.

Musician Kid Rock, NFL player Trae Waynes and model Bri Teresi were among the high-profile faces who stoked the outrage and filmed themselves shooting cans of beer.

A year ago, Bud Light's collaboration with trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney led to massive boycotts and a $1.4 billion loss in sales for Budweiser

A year ago, Bud Light’s collaboration with trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney led to massive boycotts and a $1.4 billion loss in sales for Budweiser

Mulvaney posted a video to promote a Bud Light giveaway, saying the company sent her a tallboy can with her face on it to celebrate her gender transition

Mulvaney posted a video to promote a Bud Light giveaway, saying the company sent her a tallboy can with her face on it to celebrate her gender transition

The fallout led to a devastating period for Bud Light, where the company suffered double-digit sales declines on an almost weekly basis.

Mulvaney made $2 million in promotional work last year, inking deals with Nike and Mac, and she appeared at the Golden Globes in January.

She was named to Forbes’ 30 under 30 list in December.

The magazine praised her for weathering the effects of Bud Light, and Mulvaney blasted the beer company for throwing her to the wolves.

“I waited for the brand to contact me but it never happened,” Mulvaney wrote on Instagram.

“If a company hires a trans person and then doesn’t publicly support them, that’s worse than not hiring a trans person at all.

“It gives customers permission to be as transphobic and hateful as they want.”

Still, it remains unclear what major projects Mulvaney has in the pipeline “in two to three years,” she said in this month’s TikTok rant.

In December, she addressed a half-empty audience at Penn State, unveiling plans for a one-woman show.