Monday, June 12, 2017

Bank of America DROPS Sponsorship Of NYC Public Theater After Onstage ‘TRUMP STABBING’

Both Delta Airlines and Bank of America have now cancelled their sponsorships of New York City’s Public Theater, following the backlash from their Shakespeare Park production of Julius Caesar, a “contemporary” run on the classic play. However, theirs had a PLOT TWIST that is now making them cringe in hindsight. 

Theirs had a Donald-Trump inspired twist on the main character, and it is he that ends up being graphically stabbed to death right there on stage. Since this horrid scene Bank of America has released the following statement: 

“Bank of America supports art programs worldwide, including an 11-year partnership with The Public Theater and Shakespeare in the Park,” a spokesperson for the company told the New York Daily News Sunday. “The Public Theater chose to present Julius Caesar in a way that was intended to provoke and offend. Had this intention been made known to us, we would have decided not to sponsor it.” 

Of course the play itself was Julius Caesar, but the main character’s striking resemblance to President Trump doesn’t take a genius to decode what was really going down. We’re talking blonde, slicked-back hair and a business suit and tie, with his wife Calpurnia speaking in a Slavic accent just like our First Lady, Melania Trump. So it’s not hard to see what they were really saying at all. 

Delta Airlines was the first sponsor to cancel their support for the theatre, in which they also released a statement for:   More.....