Fake-News - Timberland CEO Said - "I’d Rather Not See Blacks In My Boots"
Dec 5, 2014
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TIMBERLAND CEO: “I’D RATHER NOT SEE BLACKS IN MY BOOTS”
Timberland new appointed Ceo lost it at an earnings press conference and revealed that he’d rather not see Blacks and Latinos in his boots in the summer time admitting that it’s just tacky to wear boots in the Summer.
“They’re work boots, but let’s be honest. ‘They’ don’t like to work” Said Timberland’s new appointment in a shocking reveal during a press conference. Timberland is an almost 70 year old brand founded by Nathan Swartz and brought to prominence in African American’s community also known as Timbs.
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