Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s ongoing defamation case is one of the most talked-about topics and is gaining worldwide media coverage. Both Depp and Heard have made some explosive revelations about their tumultuous marriage and the case is also being televised live. Heard is claiming that she was a victim of domestic abuse while Depp has stated that Amber was the abuser in the relationship. Also Johnny Depp vs Amber Heard has become a trend on social media and influencers are now making videos enacting the two actors and mocking them.
Well, Amul India has now hopped on to the trend and weighed in on the current hot topic of Hollywood. The company shared a new doodle that featured a cartoon version of Amber and Johnny that read, “Too much seen and Heard? Amul Depp your knife in.” As they shared the doodle, their caption read, “#Amul Topical: High profile and highly publicised legal battle!”
— Amul.coop (@Amul_Coop) May 14, 2022
The doodle didn’t go down with some netizens and several users called it distasteful. One user wrote, “An ongoing domestic abuse case is NOT content for memes and jokes and cartoons. Have some shame for fcuks sake.” See the reactions here.
I think the cartoonist has subtly portrayed a satirical take on the extensive coverage of the trial. Kudos to him for capturing the information/emotion overload from the trial without taking sides.
— Arpith Nayak (@arpithnayak) May 16, 2022
Cashing in on a ongoing domestic abuse case.
Just like your butter your cartoons hav gone tasteless too.
— Jatin Gulati (@jatinrajgulati) May 15, 2022
The meme community:
We don’t do that here pic.twitter.com/qL6z0Y4pnK
— Naman Bhan (@NamanBhan) May 15, 2022
Depp is suing Heard for $50 million for writing an op-ed for The Washington Post in which she claimed she was a survivor of domestic abuse, although Heard didn’t name Depp, the article came out just 2 year after their marriage ended. Heard has counter sued Depp for $100 million and their case will last for six weeks and the entire case is being televised live.
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