In what is being called a ‘tragic’ event, false advertising has been linked to the spread of hate in the wake of the recent Lakers trade for Rui Hachimura.
The story began when Dennis Schröder, a Lakers player, was live streaming on Twitch when the news of the trade broke. His reaction was one of surprise and confusion, and he was quickly the subject of hate and ridicule on the internet.
What many people failed to realize is that the trade was a result of false advertising. It turns out that the Lakers had been advertising Hachimura as an ‘All-Star’ caliber player, when in reality he was only a rookie.
This news has caused outrage amongst Lakers fans, who feel that they were misled and that their team has made a poor decision. It has also sparked a debate about the role of false advertising in the spread of hate.
As the debate rages on, it is becoming increasingly clear that false advertising has a negative effect on people’s perception of the world and can lead to the spread of hate. We can only hope that this latest incident serves as a warning and that false advertising will be more closely monitored in the future.
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