Peloton reportedly says its infamous holiday ad was ‘misinterpreted’ amid backlash – Business

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Peloton recently released a holiday ad that garnered a lot of criticism online. In a statement to CNBC, a spokesperson said the company “was disappointed in how some have misinterpreted this commercial.”The ad follows what appears to be a woman’s yearlong selfie journey after her partner gave her a Peloton bike for the holidays. It has come under scrutiny by some who say that the man seems to be suggesting that the woman should work out more.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.Peloton has responded to the heavy criticism of its holiday ad.In a statement to CNBC, a spokesperson said the company “was disappointed in how some have misinterpreted this commercial.”The ad, which was released on YouTube on November 21 and is being shown on TV, caused an uproar of negative feedback
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