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It was certainly not the time for him to use his famous comedic timing to deliver his favourite mother-in-law jokes.
Racist Ads: Ashton Kutcher's Popchips Ad: In 2012, the actor stirred controversy over a commercial for the snack that showed him portraying members of a fake dating website, including a Bollywood producer named Raj, in which he was criticized for wearing "brown face.""The new Popchips worldwide dating video and ad campaign featuring four characters was created to provoke a few laughs and was never intended to stereotype or offend anyone," the group said in response.
After sweeping public outcry over what many said was a racist depiction, the company promptly removed the ad from its You Tube channel and issued this response from Popchips CEO Keith Belling on its blog: We received a lot feedback about the dating campaign parody we launched today and appreciate everyone who took the time to share their point of view.
Our team worked hard to create a light-hearted parody featuring a variety of characters that was meant to provide a few laughs.
I take full responsibility and apologize to anyone we offended." PHOTOS: Charlie Sheen's crazy controversies Watch the whole campaign here and tell Us: do you think the video is offensive?
In Popchips' new ad campaign "World Wide Lovers," Ashton Kutcher was transformed into several characters like "Darl," who is clearly a spoof on Chanel creative director Karl Lagerfeld.
Other ads released over the years have been accused of being anti-gay, of glorifying animal abuse and of being just plain offensive.
Kutcher plays four different men in a fake video dating commercial: a Bruno-like fashion guru named Darl, a Russel Brand-esque hippie named Nigel, Swordish the biker, and finally Raj, an Indian in brown facepaint who says, "I was in a milking contest and I won it." The spot was made by ad agency Zambesi.
While Kim Kardashian, Jillian Michaels, Patti Stranger, and other celebrities are singing the ad's praises, others are calling it racist.
I take full responsibility and apologize to anyone we offended.