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Racist dating video ashton kutcher

(One of the things that Dash suggested was to pull the “Raj” ad and instead leave it up and explain why it was created.) Since only Kutcher’s Raj character was pulled, the tainted campaign still lives on.Ashton Kutcher's new commercial for Popchips has officially been PULLED amidst allegations of racism ...

His Twitter account still links to the videos though.In the ad, the social media aficionado plays multiple characters searching for a little romance on fictional website, but it's one in particular that’s drawing criticism.Posing as Raj, Kutcher's face is darkened as he takes on an Indian accent and rattles on about how he's "looking for the most delicious thing on the planet," specifically someone who is "Kardashian hot." The Twittersphere lit up with critics slammed the ad as racist. Rap group Das Racist also voiced their disappointment on the social network, urging followers to call popchips and complain.Kutcher plays a Bollywood producer named Raj who is "looking for love" on a dating website, wearing an Indian kurta and brown makeup on his face.According to The New York Times, it's part of a $1.5 million campaign for the potato chips maker where he said "These are the bombay." The 34-year-old "Two and a Half Men" star also plays three other characters -- a reggae-loving stoner with dreadlocks, a tattooed biker with a Southern accent, and a Karl Lagerfeld-resembling fashionista.after the actor donned brownface makeup to play a goofy Bollywood producer.

The ad -- which debuted on the Popchips website -- featured Ashton playing a variety of characters in a spoof "dating" commercial ...

The campaign featured Kutcher as an Indian man 'looking for love' in a dating ad-style spoof.

Kutcher's use of brown-face make up and a stereotypical Indian accent was deemed racially insensitive and offensive and received backlash from online viewers and members of the Indian-American community.

who called the ad, "a hackneyed, unfunny advertisement featuring Kutcher in brownface talking about his romantic options, with the entire punchline being that he's doing it in a fake-Indian outfit and voice."Dash explained on his blog, "I think the people behind this Popchips ad are not racist.

I think they just made a racist ad."In the wake of the backlash, Popchips took down the ad ...

Yesterday, Pop Chips had posted a sorry-for-offending, we just wanted to “provide a few laughs” apology.