Coca-Cola's 'It's Beautiful' Super Bowl Ad Sparks Debate

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Coca-Cola's Super Bowl ad sparked a debate on social media after it aired at the big game. What did you think about it? Watch it again here.


Coca-Cola's Super Bowl ad sparked a debate on social media after it aired at the big game.

So, what was the big deal?

The commercial, which showed people from all walks of life (and many different ethnicities) all over the country, had one particular scene where two dads were skating with their daughter.

It was the first Super Bowl ad that featured a gay family, according to GLAAD.

The song "America the Beautiful" was also included in the commercial, which was sung in eight different languages.

Conservatives were not only up in arms about the scene with the gay dads, but they also had plenty of complaints about the song being sung in a language other than English.

#BoycottCoke even started trending on Twitter after the ad aired, according to the Los Angeles Times.

What did you think about Coke's ad?

Tell us in the comments.

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