Cola Commercial Vies For Title Of Creepiest, Most F@cked-Up Ad Of 2020

Cola Commercial Vies For Title Of Creepiest, Most F@cked-Up Ad Of 2020
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Let’s be honest, 2020’s been a year like no other. And many have asked how the global pandemic would play out in the advertising messages of the year.

Well, let’s take a new spot for RC Cola in the Philippines that is a serious contender for weirdest and downright bizarre ad of the year.

The spot’s the work of Manila-based creative agency Gigil and debuted to the brand’s social media pages in late November and has since gone global such is the sheer nuttiness of it all.

On Facebook, it circulated more than 147,000 times and gained over 222,000 reactions.

It eventually reached Twitter where the brand’s name “RC Cola” became one of the trending topics until Friday.

B&T won’t ruin the plot and will simply let the madness wash over you below. Check it out:

 

 

 

 

 

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