Monday, February 1, 2010 | 8:30pm
GoDaddy.com’s Gay ‘Lola’ Ad About Fruity Ex Football Player Banned From Superbowl
Why they internet domain provider couldn’t be happier.
Its Superbowl week and that can only mean one thing….No not football. Insane new TV advertising. Over the past few years, Internet domain servicing company, GoDaddy.com has been stirring up Superbowl controversy with its sexually suggestive ads that don’t make it to the air and this year they’re at it again. Its believed GoDaddy has purposely over-stepped their boundaries continuously to avoid paying the $50 Million ad price tag for one Superbowl spot. Instead they get blogs like Highbrid Nation to talk about what you WON’T see on Sunday but where you see it anyway.
Here’s their latest attempt at circumventing the system. Their new ad, which has already been banned by TV features race car driver Danica Patrick a flamboyantly gay, ex-football player named “Lola.” I think they’ve achieved their goal with this crazy ad although I can see the gay rights organizations lining up in protest as we speak.