It’s Worse Than We Thought: Balenciaga Replaces Child BDSM-Themed Ads with New Creepy Campaign that Features Belgian Painter Known for “Pedophilia, Blood Ritual, Occultism, Cannibalism,Racism”

It’s Worse Than We Thought: Balenciaga Replaces Child BDSM-Themed Ads with New Creepy Campaign that Features Belgian Painter Known for “Pedophilia, Blood Ritual, Occultism, Cannibalism,Racism”

Balenciaga is getting slammed once again in a new ad campaign for featuring a book by controversial artist Michael Borremans, whose work has been linked to pedophilia, cannibalism, and blood rituals.

The Gateway Pundit previously reported that the high-end fashion brand Balenciaga has received internet backlash for a creepy ad that features two young girls holding stuffed animals dressed in what looks to be bondage gear.

The company also advertised a handbag with a copy of the Supreme Court’s decision in a child pornography case as a prop.

The creepy ad sparked outrage online for normalizing child pornography.

On Tuesday, Balenciaga issued an apology for their creepy child BDSM-themed photoshoot for the Spring/Summer 2023 collection that featured sexualized stuffed toys and child porn documents.

Pedophiles in the media called the reporting on Balenciaga a “conspiracy theory.”

Meanwhile in reality, Balenciaga is either appalled or pretending to be, as the campaign was real. pic.twitter.com/hF56JcBR9Y

— Cernovich (@Cernovich) November 23, 2022

Following the backlash, the company pulls controversial ads. The company replaced it with a red-hair model holding an “Hourglass Small Croc-Embossed Top-Handle Bag.”

In the background, Balenciaga had a copy of Michael Borremans’s book sitting on the desk next to the model.

Research conducted by Twitter user @itsnatlydenise about the book reveals some dark and disturbing facts.

Type in search engine, “Michael Borremans”
TW !!!!! pic.twitter.com/3JVn56rCfE

— NΛTLY DΞNISΞ (@itsnatlydenise) November 23, 2022

Michaël Borremans (born 1963) is a Belgian painter and filmmaker who lives and works in Ghent.

Several prestigious American institutions, such as the Art Institute of Chicago, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, and The Museum of Modern Art in New York, feature his artwork.

The themes in Borremans’ paintings are very disturbing. They include pedophilia, blood rituals, dark religion, occultism, racism, and cannibalism.

Shout out to @WHOTFIsdaquan for pointing this debauchery out!

— NΛTLY DΞNISΞ (@itsnatlydenise) November 23, 2022

#Balenciaga at this point needs to beg for . We need to see them address the public for these sick pedo-vore themes in their ‘23 campaign. We will bow the knee to . No more sexualizing children.

— NΛTLY DΞNISΞ (@itsnatlydenise) November 23, 2022

#Balenciaga had this artist’s book in their shoot. I was really reluctant to repost some of these images, but sometimes our hearts need to be disturbed. Let the world know!!! pic.twitter.com/JMCGW4aB1X

— NΛTLY DΞNISΞ (@itsnatlydenise) November 23, 2022

Cannibalism #Balenciaga ‘23 Campaign pic.twitter.com/JdqC8pvavb

— NΛTLY DΞNISΞ (@itsnatlydenise) November 23, 2022

Watch the video below:

#Balenciaga you need to explain ALL of this pic.twitter.com/1BC23bvloK

— NΛTLY DΞNISΞ (@itsnatlydenise) November 23, 2022

It doesn’t stop there. According to @itsnatlydenise, the bottom book is “The Cremaster Cycle” by Matthew Barney.

Cremaster muscle… #Balenciaga pic.twitter.com/cdL0AVe2WN

— NΛTLY DΞNISΞ (@itsnatlydenise) November 23, 2022

Another ad featured what appears to be a “College Month Honorarium”(?) with John Phillip Fisher’s name on it.

people are pointing out that this could be the same man. why would they reference to this? https://t.co/LdVRimydsc pic.twitter.com/UGvevDj9RT

— Gia (@virgoessence) November 23, 2022

Balenciaga has now deleted its Instagram posts, and the photos were removed from its website.

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