Retired NBA star Charles Barkley doesn’t like Americans boycotting Bud Light for partnering with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
“All you rednecks or a–holes who don’t want to drink Bud Light — f–k y’all,” the “Round Mound of Rebound” told a crowd at a California bar over the weekend.
Barkley offered to buy patrons in Lake Tahoe a round of Bud Light while he was participating in the celebrity golf tournament.
“Hey, y’all can’t cancel me,” the CBS Sports analyst declared. “I ain’t worried about getting canceled.”
He told the crowd he bought three cases of Bud Light before delivering a mini-version of his Sermon on the Mount.
“If you’re gay, bless you. If you’re transgender, bless you,” he said, “and if you have a problem with that, f–k you.”
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“Charles Barkley providing another reason to not drink Bud Light,” one user said.
“Charles bud light in one hand, a shovel in another hand. Keep digging!” another said.
The Bud Light boycott — sparked by the brand’s celebration of biological male Dylan Mulvaney’s “365 Days of Girlhood” with a can with his face dressed as a woman — has continued into the summer.
Bud Light’s sales dropped 28.5% during the week ending July 1, the New York Post reports.
Anheuser-Bush was recently dethroned by Mexican beer Modelo Especial as the top-selling brand of beer.