KSI is BRAINWASHING public with his Prime energy drink says Leilani Dowding

Footage surfaced online showing huge crowds of people fighting to get bottles of the energy drink

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Leilani Dowding has hit out at the public’s response to an energy drink which Aldi have started to sell in their stores.

Footage surfaced online showing huge crowds of people fighting to get bottles of Prime, children and adults could be seen pushing each other out of the way in a desperate attempt to get a bottle.

KSI released the drinks earlier this year with Logan Paul
KSI released the drinks earlier this year with Logan Paul

Aldi started selling the drink on the 29th of December.

Rapper and YouTuber KSI launched the brand in 2022 with Logan Paul.

Reacting to the footage, Leilani Dowding told GB News: “It shows how easily society can be manipulated to follow a crowd. These influencers told young kids that they should go out and get this energy drink and show it on their instagrams and their social media.

“To me, if there was ever going to be a zombie apocalypse, it doesn't have to be a bunch of dead people. It's these people who literally look mind controlled. So there's been a famine in there.”

Footage surfaced online showing huge crowds of people fighting to get bottles of Prime
Footage surfaced online showing huge crowds of people fighting to get bottles of Prime

She continued: “I think there's a wider consideration here and that's that adults like us look at our leaders, our politicians, our policy makers, but young people are looking at pop culture, music, sport and social media and that's where they're seeing this influence.

“That's where they're seeing this, like, social contagion that's going on in this consumerism hypnosis that they're under. It's very scary to me that a young population can be controlled in such a manner.

“I don't think we need proper scientists behind this because it's so simple. These aren't children, these are adults. These are sheep following a social trend. How do we break people free of this mentality?

“This is what's worrying. I don't know how we do, because I keep saying to myself, people are going to wake up, they're going to see what's happening. And then you see this and you're like, okay, it happened with toilet roll, it happened with petrol.

“People were filling plastic bags up with petrol when there was a bit of a shortage. And then you think, people are going to learn now, people are going to learn that a lot of this is media driven, but now we're seeing it again through social media.

“I think it's really important that we understand how big social contagion is through social media. And it can be anything. These celebrities, these musicians or these sports people influencers, they can be influencing people to do whatever, have an obsession with the next product or the next in thought or the next surgery or lip filler or whatever it might be.

“It is a very dangerous trend. And I don't know how we wake people up out of it, because you and I, we sit there and we fight for people's freedoms and then you think, is this who we're fighting for? People that are going to go and push you to shove in supermarkets because some social media influencers have told them to go and buy this drink that actually is full of rubbish.”