Could this be shade?!
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Ever since the documentary Blackfish came out, all eyes have been on SeaWorld. And they're judging… hard.
Some of those judging eyes belong to the U.S. government!
The U.S. Department of Agriculture actually cited SeaWorld Orlando for violating the Animal Welfare Act!
SeaWorld can try and spin the press in their favor all they want, but the fact that they were using
SeaWorld has finally responded to the reputation-shattering documentary Blackfish.
No one wants to see a fair and balanced doc, they want sensationalism! At least that's how SeaWorld feels. They feel abused.
So, they're finally pulling their heads out of the sand, and, they've gone on the media offensive!
They've bided their time and gotten their facts straight and provided links and sources to back up everything they say.
Though, we're honestly just left feeling like it's propaganda versus propaganda.
What's awful is
Things seemed pretty dire and we were hoping the whole event would be canceled.
Maybe then they'd start losing real money and eventually SeaWorld would shut down and all the whales would go free!!
However, money must talk because Kid Rock and Alan Jackson have stepped in to headline the event this weekend at SeaWorld Orlando.
We'd like to give them the benefit of the doubt but Blackfish is too popular for them to not have at least heard about the cruelty.
They gotta know the reason why all the other acts dropped out.
We guess some people only care about money??? We're very disappointed.
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A large corporation only really cares about the bottom line? It's all about the money? Realllllly??
Yeah… not much of a shocker here.
A former SeaWorld trainer, Kim Ashdown, who also starred in the cruelty exposing documentary Blackfish, opened up about what it was like to work at SeaWorld and the lies they were told.
This is so incredible.
It looks like real change might be heading for SeaWorld!
Pretty much the whole world has turned their backs on the park ever since the release of the documentary Blackfish.
The latest blow to SeaWorld is