Food Network host Sunny Anderson has responded to critics after Party City released a controversial commercial featuring her line of inflatable snack stadiums.
On Monday, the party supply store issued a statement apologizing for their newest ad, which jokingly referred to someone with a gluten allergy as “gross.”
Although Party City noted that Anderson “was not involved in the creation of this commercial in any way,” the chef says she is still facing a lot of personal backlash, taking to Twitter and Instagram to share her thoughts—and claiming the store violated her contract with the ad.
“Imagine having a contract. Then it gets breached making you look bad,” she wrote on Twitter. “They apologize and make sure people know it wasn’t you. Then no one cares & people are still mad at you. What did I do again? I’m chasing dreams and sometimes there’s a roadblock. GUESS WHAT? STILL CHASING.”
She also posted on Instagram, writing “Oh haaaiii Nashville haaaiii…I didn’t get Hot Chicken Wasted cuz I had a real fire to put out yesterday…still stamping out embers … cuz not everyone reads or takes an apology
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