Dylan Mulvaney takes off for Peru, claims US is too scary after Bud Light disaster

"It’s a little sad that I had to leave my country to feel safe but that will get better eventually."

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
Dylan Mulvaney has fled the United States of America to seek temporary refuge in crime-ridden South America in order "to feel safe" following the infamous Bud Light campaign disaster, New York Post reports.

The transgender influencer has seemingly taken off to Peru after recently speaking out about the toll the Bud Light marketing campaign had on his mental health. Mulvaney said that the campaign resulted in "more bullying and transphobia than I could have ever imagined" and that he hasn't felt "safe" in public since.

“Okay, surprise," Mulvaney told fans in a TikTok video. "I’m in Peru! I’m at Machu Picchu. Isn’t this so beautiful?"

"I came here to feel something. And I definitely have. I have done shaman ceremonies that were like 10 years worth of therapy, it was wild," he explained.

"I’ve seen a lot of llamas. The people here are so kind. I feel very safe here. It’s a little sad that I had to leave my country to feel safe but that will get better eventually."

Before the escape to Peru, Mulvaney slammed Bud Light for a lack of support after their marketing partnership fiasco. The beer giant lost almost $20 billion in market cap as well as its title as America’s bestselling beer.

It's unclear when Mulvaney will return to the United States, but the transfluencer told his fans that his Peruvian excursion has him feeling like himself again.

“I am dying for some Trader Joe’s rolled chili lime chips, but other than that I am so content,” he told fans. “Most of all this trip has me feeling like my own best friend again. And that is the best feeling in the world.”

In April, Mulvaney shared images and a video on the platform of a personalized Bud Light can with the activist’s face on it in the style of a March Madness can celebrating Mulvaney's "365 days of girlhood."

The company faced immediate backlash and a boycott began, leading to a collapse of Bud Light’s sales, as well as other Anheuser Busch brands. 

By May, Bud Light’s sales volume was down over 28 percent, according to an analysis of Nielsen data by consulting company Bump Williams, and later that month the company lost its top-selling American beer title to Modelo Especial.

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