M&M’s drops ‘spokescandies’ following backlash

M&M's drops 'spokescandies' following backlash

Comedian Maya Rudolph will be the next spokesperson for M&M after the company decided to put an “indefinite pause” on using its candy mascots after they provoked right-wing media outlets. NBC’s Zinhle Essamuah is joined by Vanity Fair writer Kenzie Bryant to take a closer look at why this outrage developed toward M&M’s.

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