What exactly did the sunglasses company Pit Viper say that has gotten them so much backlash on Instagram?
This week you may have noticed a surge in mentions of the eyewear store Pit Viper as you scrolled through your various social media feeds.
After posting an odd photo to Instagram on Easter Sunday, the brand has become embroiled in controversy.
However, a sizable portion of the population is under the impression that they were hacked.
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See the source of the debate below…
What Did Pit Viper Say on Instagram?
Pit Viper Sunglasses, an eyewear brand with 600,000 followers on Instagram, attracted notice on Easter Sunday after a strange comment was left under one of the brand’s photographs.
The specific remark is way too detailed to link to on this family-friendly site, but suffice it to say it was a long, x-rated, extremely obscene paragraph that showed a complete lack of respect for Jesus and Easter.
See the video on TikTok if you want to know the word for word and what they stated. But you can’t say you weren’t warned!
Was Pit Viper Hacked?
People are outraged by Pit Viper’s filthy Easter comment and have been calling them out on social media.
Others, however, have speculated that Pit Viper was indeed hacked. The remark appeared out of place, and the company has not been mired in a scandal like this before.
Others have speculated that a member of the Pit Viper staff gained access to the Instagram account and left the comment.
Pit Viper has already deleted the comment, but the company has not issued a statement in response to the backlash.
We won’t know the truth unless Pit Viper explains what happened.
#Breakthepits Takes Over Social Media
Due to the post on Easter Sunday, several of Pit Viper’s supporters have opted to withdraw their loyalty.
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Therefore, people have started filming themselves smashing their Pit Viper sunglasses and publishing videos with the hashtag #BreakThePits as a form of social media revenge.
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