Money People hate Dodge Ram's Super Bowl ad, which uses a Martin Luther King speech to sell trucks

00:47  06 february  2018
00:47  06 february  2018 Source:   businessinsider.com.au

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Many people on social media are criticizing Ram ' s Super Bowl ad , which heavily featured part of a speech by the civil-rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. "Are MLK's words really being used right now to sell cars?" the editor of Wired wrote in a tweet that's going viral.

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a close up of a car: A still from the Dodge Ram commercial.© Ram Trucks/YouTube A still from the Dodge Ram commercial.

Dodge Ram's Super Bowl ad features a speech by Martin Luther King - and now many are criticising it.

"Are MLK's words really being used right now to sell cars?" Wired editor Nicholas Thompson wrote in a tweet reacting to the commercial.

Many others chimed in, saying they felt it was inappropriate of Dodge to use an iconic Civil Rights speech to sell cars.

"At a time when we really need MLK's encouraging words to come together for a greater good, Ram is selling trucks to a hungry-hurting nation. Ugh!!" said another person.

The commercial pulls from King's speech on greatness and service, which was delivered 50 years ago on February 4.

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Many people on social media are criticizing Ram ' s Super Bowl ad , which heavily featured part of a speech by the civil-rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. "Are MLK's words really being used right now to sell cars?" the editor of Wired wrote in a tweet that's going viral.

People are hating the Ram Super Bowl ad using MLK' s speech . This is why. Like MLK, Ram claims its trucks are 'built to serve.' A still from a Ram Trucks Super Bowl ad featuring the voice of Martin Luther King Jr.

"Recognise that he who is greatest among you shall be your servant ... That's your new definition of greatness - it means that everybody can be great because everybody can serve," King says in a voiceover during the commercial, which depicts fishermen, military, football players, and others on the job before cutting to shots of Dodge Ram trucks.

The commercial ends with Dodge's tagline, "Built to Serve."

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