Old Navy shared a too-cute image of an interracial family over the weekend, and some folks just couldn’t deal.
— Old Navy Official (@OldNavy) April 29, 2016
While there was nothing offensive about the smartly dressed trio, Old Navy was inundated with tweets from racist people who accused the clothing retailer of encouraging “white genocide.”
— ≠SpiritSplice≠ (@SpiritSplice) April 30, 2016
.@OldNavy Stop promoting miscegenation or else I’m taking my $$$ elsewhere!!!
— ✨Bella Dashwood™✨ (@BellaDashwood) April 29, 2016
— Trump Rioter (@Early__May) April 29, 2016
My family and I will never step into an @OldNavy store again. This miscegenation junk is rammed down our throats from every direction.
— Cultural Combat (@CulturalCombat) April 29, 2016
@OldNavy Absolutely disgusting. What’s next? Gender neutral bathrooms? Pedophilia acceptance propaganda?! Never shopping here again.
— M (@RousetheMasses) April 30, 2016
.@OldNavy where is that kids father? does that kid know his father abandoned him and that his skin colour is a mistake?
— entropy (@constellate_) April 29, 2016
black men cant even father they child in Old Navy ads. They have to bring in a step dad. https://t.co/S5GP592QsS
— Hotep Uncle Ruckus (@handymayhem) May 1, 2016
Once folk on Twitter caught wind of the vile tweets Old Navy was receiving they decided to show the brand some much-needed love.
@OldNavy Love the ad! Now please take some of your $ & build a time machine to send these knuckle dragging racists back to pre-1967 America
— Demon Kat (@Demonkatz) May 1, 2016
— Judi (@CurlyGirlGlass) May 1, 2016
@OldNavy on my way to buy as many jeans and t's for summer that the cart can handle. Bravo
— dmmd1 (@delmarvin1) May 1, 2016
@OldNavy Absolutely a lovely family 😊
— Tanya Johnson (@iwanttobeina) May 1, 2016
@OldNavy I think this is a beautiful family! Thank you for using them forth this ad. Sorry that you have to deal with ignorance.
— Princess of Sass (@MsVictoriaMarti) May 1, 2016
Old Navy has yet to respond to the negative comments, but perhaps they don’t have to. They’ve already made their point by being so inclusive in their advertisements.