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>> An ad for Heineken met with public approval for promoting a positive message without the pitfalls that befell Pepsi. Titled Worlds Apart, the four and a half minute spot released on the Internet, and racking up more than 3 million views as of Friday. It features strangers of opposing political views completing tasks together.
And then invited to discuss their differences over a beer. In one match up, a man derisive of trans people learns his counterpart is transgender.>> I am transgender.>> Much of the praise contrasting Heineken's ad with a similar attempt by Pepsi. That spot, which showed model Kendall Jenner offering a police officer a soft drink at a protest march.
Accused of appropriating images from the Black Lives Matter movement, and candy coating issues such as police brutality.