Who said yes?💍Cheers to the newly engaged this holiday season! Be sure to #ProtectTheBling! https://t.co/XG807VEWaH pic.twitter.com/nUOcAVvq7J— State Farm (@StateFarm) December 21, 2016
@StateFarm 90% of White women who have kids with black men are unemployed or earn less than 10K a year. https://t.co/gdYPbKp0FW pic.twitter.com/LOiZns1Dgf— Gumshoe (@GumshoeSwobu) December 24, 2016
However, the bogus responses were soon met with replies from others on social media who made notice of the inaccuracies in the tweets and even took the opposite approach, thanking State Farm for showcasing diversity in their ads.
#ProtectTheBling pic.twitter.com/tr92pQMJn2— Ozzy BonHalen (@OzzyBonHalen) December 27, 2016
Thank you @StateFarm for the beautiful commercial showing love. Love always wins. More love! Less hate. #ProtectTheBling— I Am The Storm (@sallyern) December 27, 2016
@StateFarm insecure, racist white men when they saw this image. LOL pic.twitter.com/HbCTV6YuLS— Erick Fernandez (@ErickFernandez) December 24, 2016
As 1/2 of an #interracialcouple, I love your ad @StateFarm!! Keep 'em coming & angering the racists. I love it! #ProtectTheBling #statefarm pic.twitter.com/Ypd57nrZ4g— Cherie Runs This (@cherielianne) December 24, 2016
Kudos to everyone taking a stand against hate in the name of love.
Hey @StateFarm, my interracial family thanks you for being willing to showcase diverse love! #LoveWins and yes, #ProtectTheBling too 😊 pic.twitter.com/N1TnUwwfBg— Khary Penebaker (@kharyp) December 24, 2016