Balenciaga Misspelled Baal Tape Is No Accident
The fashion brand is under fire for its bizarre ad involving children’s teddy bear toys wearing different BDSM gear. The look of it was dramatic and controversial but now as commentators and followers of the trend are looking closer at the pictures and realizing that they are more sinister than they initially thought.
“Maybe they thought it was funny or a cute play on words to design the tape with such spelling.. With the context of the rest of the picture, the props in it; along with the other photos.. reasonable to conclude they are referring to the contemporary meaning of Baal.”
The yellow play on caution tape in the picture is supposedly meant to say “Balenciaga” but there is a misspelling and it reads “Baalenciaga” we have to believe that a billion dollar brand has the money to replace a photo prop that they probably made in-house and wouldn’t cost a dime to replace.
The problem with “Baalenciaga” is that it seems to be praising a demon god who is notable for sacrificing children. Do you see the issue? Sexualizing kids coupled with an alleged misspelled word is making people more suspicious of the brand.
Photo Evidence Is Calling Out ‘Baalenciaga’
A Twitter account Oli London TV shared a few photos and circled some of the issues that many followers have issued with the brand.
“Balenciaga Update: The Yellow Tape featured in the satanic and sadistic children’s campaign was purposely misspelled BAAL. Baal is an ancient Canaanite demon God. Pagans ritualistically sacrificed children to this demon. What’s going on at Balenciaga is clearly very dark.”
The photos highlighted the tape and signs that a child has gone through abuse. One of the bondage bears is sitting up against a wall and a noose is around his neck, hanging from the wall. It also highlights a white rabbit symbolizing going down a rabbit hole (that’s a bit too conspiracy for us) but this other stuff is bananas.
Some people are taking the opportunity to continue to call out celebrities for keeping silent.
“If Balenciaga did something that offended the LGBT community, every celebrity would have cut ties instantly. They promoted child porn and nearly every celebrity is silent. Really makes you think, huh?”
Glenn Beck Is Putting In His Two-Cents
The radio host spoke about the Balenciaga drama on his show and shared a clip on Twitter.
“You don’t just “accidentally” design and print a roll of tape that misspells Balenciaga as “BAALenciaga” (aka Moloch, god of child sacrifice) and “accidentally” put it in an ad with a child.”
People are refusing to believe that this was an accident. “Nothing Balenciaga did was by accident.,” they called out a few top executives and designers for the brand and tagged their IG and other social pages.
After a little bit of perusing, it seems a little crazy what some of them post on a regular day as “inspiration”.
“Omg i just searched what Baal is and 😭😭😭😭” wrote one follower of the trend.
“See the tape. The tape says “Baal” the chair is also wrapped in the tape I think 🤔” writes another.
Others are just glad the brand is going down.
“I don’t think Balenciaga is sacrificing children to Baal but if that’s what it takes to stop making people wear that garish, goofy bullshit I fully support.”