What did Pit Viper say on Instagram on Easter Sunday? Drama commentary explained!

Sunglasses brand Pit Viper is under fire for a comment it made on Instagram, but what did they say?

While browsing social media this week, you may have seen a lot of articles about sunglasses retailer Pit Viper.

The brand is embroiled in drama after followers saw them post something strange to their Instagram on Easter Sunday.

However, many people are convinced that they must have been hacked.

Here is the controversy explained …

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What did Pit Viper say on Instagram?

On Easter Sunday, Pit Viper Sunglasses posted a bizarre comment to one of their Instagram photos that caught the attention of some of their 600,000 followers.

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The exact commentary is far too explicit to link here, but it was essentially a long, X-rated and very vulgar paragraph that was incredibly inconsiderate towards Jesus and Easter.

If you want exactly what they said, you can see it in this TikTok video. But don’t say we didn’t warn you!

Has Pit Viper been hacked?

Following Easter’s explicit comment, Pit Viper received a lot of reaction on social media with people calling the post disgusting.

However, others have suggested that Pit Viper was probably hacked. The comment certainly sounded very out of place, and the brand has never been involved in a drama like this before.

Others believe it may have been a Pit Viper employee who took to Instagram and posted the comment, which certainly could be a possibility.

The comment was deleted by Pit Viper, but the brand has yet to comment on the controversy.

Until Pit Viper makes a statement, we’ll never know what really happened.

#BreakThePits takes over social networks

After the Easter Sunday post, some people decided to stop supporting Pit Viper.

As a result, the #BreakThePits trend has emerged on social media which sees people filming themselves breaking their Pit Viper sunglasses and uploading them to social media in retaliation.

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Alicia R. Rucker