Singapore clothing brand apologizes for rape joke

A button on the retailer’s website that led to its Black Friday sale read, ‘rape us now.’

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Sadly, not all brands understand this, as Singapore-based fashion site SuperGurl showed us.

On Black Friday, the site featured a button that took you to its sale that was labeled “Rape us now.”

It seemed to be a terrible reference to how affordable its sale merchandise was. It wasn’t long before tweets like this started popping up:

Lol seriously SuperGurl? “RAPE US NOW” 😒

— ➕✖️ (@RiNNy3Honey) November 30, 2015

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