In the midst of the Grammy satanic controversy, Pfizer is being retaliated

In the midst of the Grammy satanic controversy, Pfizer is being retaliated ...

Following Sam Smith and Kim Petras' rendition of Unholy, Pfizer's sponsorship of the Grammy Awards this year has sparked controversy on social media.

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This Sunday, Sam Smith and Kim Petras presented their popular song Unholy at the 2023 Grammy Awards.

After Smith was spotted wearing devil horns when he took the stage at the Recording Academy, their performance was deemed "satanic."

Pfizer's performance was immediately followed by a commercial, which prompted internet users to question the company that sponsored it.

A spokesperson for the pharmaceutical company issued a statement to Newsweek detailing the situation.

'We sponsored the whole Grammy's event, not any specific performance,' they said. 'We don't comment on our efforts to raise awareness.'

Smith and Petras made history by winning the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the Grammy Awards, despite a lot of online criticism.

While Petras was the first transgender woman to win the award, the Stay With Me singer became the first non-binary musician to win the prize.

Smith became non-binary in 2019 and uses them/them terms. Petras, on the other hand, underwent gender confirmation surgery when she was sixteen years old.

Unholy was released in September 2022 and has been topping several charts since.

The Grammy Awards were held on Tuesday, February 5 in Los Angeles, California. The show included many famous moments, including Harry Styles winning the Grammy for his own song.

Pfizer was chastised by many internet users, including many right-wing politicians, for Sam Smith's controversial Grammy performance.

'Don't fight the culture wars,' said a political commentator Liz Wheeler. Demons are teaching kids to worship Satan. I'd rather die.'

'The Devil. Brought to you by Pfizer,' according to Charlie Kirk, the founder of Turning Point USA.

'Sam Smith has a SATANIC Grammys performance, sponsored by Pfizer,' another commentator said.

'It's becoming too obvious,' said a different user. After the Satanic demon performance at the Grammys.

'To make matters worse, the Grammys award show that featured Sam Smith's debauchery was sponsored by none other than Pfizer,' another user said.

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