The video shows Subramanian telling his employees that its business with other companies was “highly confidential.” “The issue is that you lied,” Crowder said while expressing an understanding of the company’s wishes to keep its internal issues private. Crowder also laid into AB InBev for telling its struggling distributors that the Mulvaney campaign involved only a single can of beer. Last month, the New York Post reported that Captiv8 had just laid off about 20 percent of its workforce. One reported laid-off Capitv8 staffer told the Post, “I’m guessing that Dylan Mulvaney contributed. They weren’t laying people off before [Mulvaney’s post].” Crowder’s Thursday report coincided with a report from CBS News that AB InBev’s U.S. chief marketing officer, Benoit Garbe, will step down next month after two years with the company. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
BREAKING: Leaked All Hands Call Reveals @Captiv8Labs CEO @KSub15 Tried To Cover-Up Dylan Mulvaney @BudLight Deal, Told Staff Not To Talk To Press About Public Relations Nightmare pic.twitter.com/8pKPfI2znU— Steven Crowder (@scrowder) November 16, 2023