The NFL is up to it again. They have set a ban on New Orleans’ popular
spice and hot sauce ‘Slap Ya Mama’. The Slap Ya Mama ads are used
during the preseason as “virtual signage”. The signage is usually
superimposed onto the field when the Saints are about to make a
touchdown, when they are in the red-zone. The NFL league has pulled
the advertisement “in light of domestic violence issues” in the
league.Also, some views are calling the “virtual signage” as invasive. The
owners of the hot sauce/spice say that their mother runs the company
and approved of the name of the spice.
The Saints are also set to play against the Ravens on Aug. 28 in New
Orleans for their final preseason game. The Ravens running back Ray
Rice and his fiancee were both arrested in Atlantic City in February
for an altercation.
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