Olay has decided to pull out of their sponsorship with Big Brother All Star Nicole Franzel and here’s why.
Some argue Big Brother Season 22 has been pretty boring thus far. Is it because it is a house full of repeat players? Some seem to think so. These are people who have already made mistakes that cost them the game. People who know how to fly low and play a safe game.
Unfortunately, a bunch of people “playing it safe” makes for a boring season. It, however, appears as if things may be shifting. The Big Brother household has its first official controversy of the season. Regrettably, it is a pretty tragic one.
Several houseguests are under fire after mocking Ian Terry for being autistic.
Christmas Abbott, Dani Briones, Nicole Franzel, and Memphis Garrett are under fire after a conversation live feed viewers witnessed. The four houseguests poked fun at Ian Terry for being autistic. More specifically, they seemed to take issue with his self-soothing techniques. Techniques he uses to cope with stress.
Now, fans of Big Brother are NOT happy with these four houseguests. In fact, many want the network to pull them from the game. At the very least, fans are urging the network to issue an official statement and deal with the bullying in the household. Will the network respond to the call from fans? We aren’t really sure yet.
— bb clips + caps (@clips_bb) September 9, 2020
Olay swiftly pulls out of their sponsorship with Nicole Franzel.
Nicole Franzel is going to learn a hard lesson. It is NEVER a good idea to bully and make fun of someone. When she went into the Big Brother house she had a sponsorship with Olay. But, she does not have one waiting for her when she exits the Big Brother house.
Thank you so much for bringing this to our attention. We no longer have a business relationship with this person and have no plans for future work together. We have zero-tolerance for bullying and we do not support the behavior displayed by this person.
— OLAY (@OlaySkin) September 10, 2020
One Big Brother fan took to Twitter to tag all of the companies that sponsor Nicole Franzel. And Olay responded to to the tweet less than 24 hours later.
Thank you so much for bringing this to our attention. We no longer have a business relationship with this person and have no plans for future work together. We have zero-tolerance for bullying and we do not support the behavior displayed by this person.”
Olay made it clear they were not interested in working with Nicole. Or anyone else who felt the need to bully or mock another person. The company referred to Nicole as “this person.” And, they confirmed they were cutting their business relationship with her immediately. So, no more Olay sponsorship for Nicole.
— Unfiltered Feedsters (@UnfilteredFeeds) September 10, 2020
So, what do you think about Olay ending their business relationship with Nicole Franzel? Share your thoughts in the comments.