i have a confession for the foxhole.
remember when i went down to florida,
like years ago,
to go and stay with karaoke for a while?
That was the first time I ever had Chick-Fil-A
judge me if you must.
i was very “eh” on it.
it made me sick the second time i tried it.
i prefered this one spot,
i could get with them.
at my last job,
chick-fil-a was around the corner.
my home vixen put me on to their cobb salad and that was good.
i haven’t eaten there in like a year tho.
chick-fil-a doesn’t likethe gays.
i was late in learning they’re an OD christian establishment.
they donated quite a bit of money to anti-lgbtq groups and well…
Fast food chain Chick-fil-A continued to contribute millions of dollars to organizations with anti-LGBTQ agendas after it promised not to, newly released tax filings obtained by ThinkProgress show.
The privately owned chain, long associated with anti-LGBTQ causes, publicly pledged not to “have a political or social agenda” after its billionaire CEO, Dan Cathy, stoked outrage and a boycott in 2012 publicly decrying gay marriage.
In 2017 (the most recent tax filing available), Chick-fil-A donated $9.9 million to charity, of which roughly $1.8 million went to three groups known to discriminate against LGBTQ people.
Of the three, Chick-fil-A gave the most, $1.65 million, to an organization called the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Per Chick-fil-A’s website, the cash funded “sports camps and school programs for inner-city youth.”
the crazy part is that a ton of gays still eat there,
even having hearing this news.
they can’t seem to leave their food alone.
if i want a better chicken sammich or cobb salad,
i can find it at another spot in new yawk.
i’m lucky to come from a city with so many options for food.
chick-fil-a is a fast food spot that can be duplicated.
not a big deal.
after this news,
i won’t see myself eating there again.
i’m not giving my business to a company that doesn’t want me.
for others tho,
i’m sure it ain’t that easy.
lowkey: i’m not gonna patrol folks who want to still eat there.
not my money; not my problem.
i’ll treat them like an ex tho.
thank you; next.
article cc: the huff