Here's Why Sara Lee's Instagram Is Flooded with Sexually Explicit Comments

Brenda Watkins
November 19, 2019

Sara Lee is in the business of selling wholesome baked goods with family-friendly marketing (just try to get the upbeat "nobody doesn't like Sara Lee" jingle out of your head).

The 25-year-old singer was hosting American comedy show Saturday Night Live for the first time when he delivered the amusing but scathing monologue.

Dylan's accidental mixing of his personal and professional accounts also extends to the captions he was creating.

Following the sketch's debut, fans wasted no time in taking the risqué comments and captions from SNL and using them on the actual Sara Lee account in real time, flooding the comment section with comments like "WRECK ME DADDY", "DESTROY ME, KNG", and a plethora of eggplant emojis.

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He also captioned the company's photos with stories about his love life, including: "Feeling really depressed after threesome". What was supposed to be a fantasy ended up more rejection.

As for the company's official response?

At one point, Slate reported that Sara Lee was receiving so much engagement on their social media accounts, that they turned off commenting on their Instagram completely, provoking a response from Yang. All comments are now visible and we will be monitoring for any that violate Instagram standards.

"We didn't know about or participate in the creation of the skit so as you can imagine, waking up to all those comments threw us for a bit of a loop", the company said in a statement. It features Styles as a British intern who's determined to go to a Popeyes ... on Frederick Douglass Boulevard ... in the middle of the lunch rush ... so he can cut the line and grab 15 sandwiches. Safelite, unsurprisingly, wasn't thrilled with the attention.

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