Walmart Canada apologized for a 3rd-obtain together seller’s sweater on the catch reveal depicting a Santa with what appears to be cocaine lines.

A Christmas sweater depicting Santa and what appears to be lines of cocaine has been pulled from Walmart’s Canadian web reveal.

The “Let It Snow” sweater became being equipped by a 3rd-obtain together seller and became no longer on hand on Walmart’s U.S. web reveal, the corporate said in a assertion to USA TODAY on Monday.

“These sweaters, equipped by a 3rd-obtain together seller on (our web reveal in Canada), attain no longer exclaim Walmart’s values and have not any reveal on our web reveal,” Walmart said in the assertion. “We appreciate removed these products from our market. We specific regret for any unintended offence this can even appreciate caused.”

The Santa sweater is mainly the most up-to-date “product gone depraved” in 2019:

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• Adidas: In February, Adidas pulled a sneaker it became promoting in honor of Sunless History Month after the all-white working shoe became slammed on Twitter. The shoe, segment of the corporate’s Ultraboost line, became incorporated in a broader sequence of clothing and sneakers inspired by the Harlem Renaissance, but critics said the sneaker’s color, and even the topic fabric it sounds as if frail to originate it, made for a tone-deaf tribute.

BurberryFor the length of a display for the style mark’s autumn/frosty climate 2019 sequence at London Trend Week in February, Burberry featured a hoodie with a noose across the neck.


Gucci has removed a sweater from their web reveal that resembled blackface, but many are questioning how it even made it to market. Keri Lumm experiences.

Gucci, segment one: Additionally in February, the Italian vogue home faced backlash for an $890 sweater that resembled blackface. The corporate pulled the controversial sweater from stores after celebrities treasure Spike Lee and T.I. called for a boycott the mark. 

Gucci, segment two: In Would possibly, Gucci came below fire all over all all over again for its $790 “Indy Tubby Turban” that many social media users deemed cultural appropriation. The controversial product – which first hit the runway at Milan Trend Week in February 2018 – had its title changed to “Indy Tubby Head Wrap.”


Critics are slamming Gucci for promoting a turban as a map accessory and charging a top rate for it.

Macy’sIn July, Macy’s became accused of physique shaming mothers with Pourtions mark plates, which incorporated piece-managed plates with a “mother denims” plate size. Macy’s pulled the plates, asserting they “overlooked the mark” after folks on social media complained they promoted physique image disorders.


Macy’s has pledged to steal away dinner plates from its stores after receiving backlash that messaging on them “fuels eating disorders.”

Contributing: Sonja Haller, Cydney Henderson, Charisse Jones, Maeve McDermott and Anika Reed, USA TODAY.

Put together USA TODAY reporter Kelly Tyko on Twitter: @KellyTyko

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